Here I think I’ll sit, and Here I think I’ll lay, As the words come out to join us Yes, the words come out to play Softly striding, saddled Are the hooves I hear today Alas, the mare has joined us As it snorts a jolly neigh So wait no more! Get out here ‘Tis … More INSPIRE
Chivalrys dead! Or so it is said On this, I ponder quite long It’s really no chore Kindly holding your door Yet you glare, like something is wrong It’s fine! Some will sneer I’ll get it! They’ll jeer Independent, a woman am I Your help? I’ve no need These mouths, he shall feed Career driven, … More The Gentleman
To our beloved co-worker Shannon, oh Shannon, where goes the time? Are you seriously entering year thirty-nine? I think it’d behoove you to look and go see If your card has arrived from AARP Today marks a day that we all often fear For every birthday adds yet one more year Not all that … More Happy Birthday Shannon!
Ere I forget I said I’d commit Ever mindful I shall be, and Execute my promise to tag Edmondson, elegant as can be Eyes like skies, beauty refined Ergo there’s so much more to see Especially works of love and grace Even acts of charity
Dare I try letter four Daunting as it may be? Duly note this verse might prove as Drab and dull as me Don’t say there’s other letters of such Deep complexity Desire to speak in a past tense? Dread not! Just add a “D”
Can you guess what letters next Clocking in at number three? Careful how you use it now ‘Cause it confuses frequently Certain times it’s overlooked, like Chief – the “I” before the “E” Can’t use “I” that same way though when Coming after “C”
Behold! A letter that can be Better than numbers one and three Because it sits quite neighborly Between it’s buddies A & C Boldly standing faithfully Barely used the same you see Bugs will spell it differently But one less E and then it’s be