‘Today, I challenge you to write a poem for children. This could be in the style of a nursery rhyme, or take a cue from Edward Lear or Shel Silverstein. It could rhyme — or not. It could be short — or not.’ – so said the prompt at NaPoWriMo. The poem I wrote is dedicated to one of the most adorable and amazing five year old I have ever met. He is the son of one of my best friends (yes, I am lucky to have more than one) and I love that little kid so very much. So this is for you, kiddo:-

I love cars so very much

I see them everywhere

Someday when I’m all grown up

I’ll drive them everyday

You see I’m just a little kid

I don’t know how to drive

But when I’m in my dada’s car

I so wish I could try

I love them cars in every form

Be it big or be it small

I still can’t reach the pedal stick

You see I’m not that tall

I have a dream of owning one

This big, huge Audi car

In which I drive my folks around

Make them feel like superstars



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