My Imagination

Poem by: Hannah Banana

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Imagination limitless.

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Submitted: January 29, 2009

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Submitted: January 29, 2009

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We are off to the zoo.
To see a silly goose.
 
We are off to the fair.
To see a flying hare.
 
We are off to the moon.
To meet a famous baboon.
 
We can meet our wonderful dreams.
In stars they have different themes.
 
We can be cowboys on a dusty trail.
Or even the horse swatting flies with its tail.
 
We can be ballerinas with a pink tutu.
Dancing in a pirouette, with tap shoes.
 
A pirate we can be chewing bubble gum.
That monkey on my shoulder, claps for apple rum.
 
Or perhaps a princess with dirty knees.
The one who slides home as sweet as can be.
 
Back to earth we wave hello.

In our imagination, anything goes.


© Copyright 2016 Hannah Banana. All rights reserved.

My Imagination

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Imagination limitless.

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