The girl with the buttercup nose
Smiles in the sunshine as she
Runs across the wild field
To climb up a giant pear tree
That isn’t as big as it used
To be to the girl with the buttercup nose
And she smiles because
She doesn’t know how to frown yet
Even though it’s easy for her to lie
And easy for her to feel guilty
Enough to apologize to explain
She just didn’t want to share her
Sidewalk chalk with the spoiled
Little girl from down the street
Who wore chubby freckles and
Pink stretchy hairbands
Here's a link to my other poems:
- Poetry by Rose West
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