Monday, February 27, 2017

Small Gigglers

Check out the feet!!!!! (wearing gloves!)


Have you been drinking giggle-juice again?
Have you been eating cackle-berries?
Grandma asks, peering over her glasses
at the small round laughing faces.

They collapse into heaps,
giggling even more,
making the world a happy place
for small gigglers and their Grandma.

for De's prompt at dVerse: giggles in 44 words exactly. Which appealed  to me. In the background, Ms Jasmine seems to be enjoying the joke as well.)


22 comments:

  1. Oh, how I LOVE this! Those gloved feet! How wonderful. Thank you so much for this giggle today, Sherry! <3

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  2. Oh I want some of that giggle juice and cackle berries!!!!

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  3. Kids are always full of giggle juice. Sometimes too much, but it's still better than the rest of us, thanks for a reflection of the past

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  4. So cute!! No one can resist the giggles of a little child. :)

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  5. aw...look at his feet!!...love this giggle of a poem Sherry...

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  6. Thanks for reminding us of those cackle-berries. I have 5 grandchildren under 6 years old; time to share.

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  7. I'd like to order a case of giggle-juice please!
    Wonderful, fun poem, Sherry.

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  8. I think I remember someone asking me that about giggle-juice when I was very young. Your poem brings back memories.

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  9. Love it... such joy it must be to be surrounded with such joy,

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  10. Delightful! The giggles of children is one of the best sounds ever!

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  11. Oh I love this! He looks soo adorable with those gloved feet ❤️

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  12. Love the notion of giggle-juice - we should all be required to drink it! Love the little fellows gloved feet too!
    Kind regards
    Anna :o]

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  13. There's nothing more contagious than the giggles of happy children. Well captured in your verse!

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  14. Cute smiles all around ~ precious times with the kiddies Sherry ~

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  15. Oh, this gave me such a grin--your poem and the photo, both!

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  16. Such a precious memory, Sherry, thank you, for sharing.

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  17. Giggle Juice...cackle berries...where? sign me up.

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  18. The giggles of a child are so precious, they see the world so differently

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