'Didn'T Want To Play The Game'
I knew my two friends from the neighborhood
by Linda Winchell
didn't really want to play, the game I wanted to.
When I kicked the ball past the goal
They laughed and kept the ball, between them two.
So I asked, 'How's about another game? '
like hop scotch, jacks or rope?
But evertime I came up with an idea
the answer they gave was, 'Nope! '
So I found a game I could play alone
didn't have to please anyone else that day.
It was the best time I can remember
playing one of my favorite games with me, my way!