Just Jazzy 257

Jazzy Does 100 Days of Happiness 44

Happiness is remembering a poem from your childhood.  “A wise old owl sat on an oak; The more he saw the less he spoke; The less he spoke the more he heard; Why aren't we like that wise old bird?”

Happiness is remembering a poem from your childhood. “A wise old owl sat on an oak; The more he saw the less he spoke; The less he spoke the more he heard; Why aren’t we like that wise old bird?”

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6 thoughts on “Just Jazzy 257

  1. Love this one Jazzy! Here is mine
    All along the backwater,
    Through the rushes tall,
    Ducks are a-dabbling,
    Up tails all!

    Ducks’ tails, drakes’ tails,
    Yellow feet a-quiver,
    Yellow bills all out of sight
    Busy in the river!

    Slushy green undergrowth
    Where the roach swim–
    Here we keep our larder,
    Cool and full and dim.

    Everyone for what he likes!
    WE like to be
    Heads down, tails up,
    Dabbling free!

    High in the blue above
    Swifts whirl and call–
    WE are down a-dabbling
    Up tails all!

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  2. I wish I was a rock
    Sitting on a hill
    Doing nothing the whole day long
    But just sitting still
    I wouldn’t sleep and I wouldn’t eat
    And I wouldn’t even wash
    I’d just sit there ten thousand years
    And rest myself by gosh

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  3. Shel Silverstein-
    I have an itch,
    An awful itch,
    No other itch can match it
    For it itches in the one place
    I cannot reach to scratch it

    I’ve no idea why but that has stuck with me for thirty years and still pops into my head any time I get bit by a mosquito

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