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County Fair

Poetry By: Ava Rosien
Poetry



My poems of late have been more on the serious side of things. I decided to change it up with a fun poem of the County Fairs I went to as a child.


Submitted:Feb 25, 2013    Reads: 503    Comments: 3    Likes: 3   


Cotton candy, games of chance; the fair begins today.

Ferris wheels and rides galore; excitement to convey!

Sawdust sprinkled on the ground; candied apples sold;

amazing wonders inside tents for both young and old.

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Vendors offer sweet delights; along the midway lights.

Win stuffed toys with a toss; or just for bragging rights.

Step on the rides to scream and shout; in doubtless fear;

Spinning round or back and forth; hearing children cheer.

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Cotton candy, games of chance; the fair begins today.

Ferris wheels and rides galore; excitement to convey!

The child inside me rushes in; be a kid again for while;

I climb aboard the Ferris wheel; wearing childish smile!





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