My Granny....

Poem By Chom Chom

My granny lost her specs today,
And she searched for them in every way,

She searched for it here and there,
She searched for it even under her chair,

But she couldn't find it even after looking under the bed,
Because the specs were on her head!

Comments about My Granny....

Beautiful Chom Chom. Really much enjoyed. OMG! 07 is it 1907 or 2007. Thanks for share.
very sweet poem...it happens with most of the people...at different times..at different places..depends on the situation..well composed by a youngster..keep it up.
goody.............Great
that is a great poem chom chom! I think you'll be the next Dr. Suess!
sweet poem....very lovely......so much said in such a little one.....and the rhyme is appealing too....keep writing


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