Poetry and Pleasing Verses and Rhyming Words Inspire and Captivate Everyone, Especially Our Children

*Poetry and pleasant verses and rhyming words inspire, fascinate and entertain everyone, especially our children. Children’s stories are always short and sweet and rhyme at the end. If you think about poetry and rhyme, that was our first inspiration when we were young to want to learn more about nature, animals and other peoples around the world. Accept the power and beauty that poetry and rhyming words bring to you and me. The power and reach of poetry extends to our posterity, transcending our differences and advancing our unity. Our unity will be seen long after we are gone, for many generations to come!

* At the beginning of poetic inspiration are truly happy or joyful memories that evoke feelings of calmness, relaxation, and joy. Perhaps happiness also abounds in recalling wonderful childhood memories! Do you remember your old neighbors, long-lost relatives, or favorite religious, cultural, or traditional activities you did as a child? Perhaps specific cultural, traditional, or athletic or original forms of childhood adventure were part of your childhood experience. Do you remember the name(s) of your neighborhood pet or pets, or if you had a pet, do you remember its name? I remember most of the names of our childhood pets, although since there are so many kids and so many animals, I’m sure I’ll forget some names: Windy-the dog, our bunnies were named- Romeo and Juliet, or were they birds? In fact, we had so many pets that I have to admit that I can only remember a dozen names at best.

I remember a lot the names of the neighborhood kids who used to play with us when we were kids. They could be from different parts of the state, had different religious beliefs, and often weren’t even from Texas. Children are eager to accept and embrace cultural knowledge, diversity and inclusion. I remember going to Sam and Tammy’s house and meeting their parents and visiting their house. They lived in an apartment, and visiting their home as a child was my first exposure to apartment living. I thought it was funny! Apartment living fascinated me! No yard to clean, no dog poop to mop up, no clothes to hang outside the laundry room, no weeds to pull, no leaves to rake, what a wonderful life, I thought. Everyone had their own bedroom.

Then I got the cool idea and asked my dad to move into an apartment and he replied, “Sure, remember we won’t have bunnies, swings, slides, mini bikes, big outdoor toys, trampolines, portable pools, the backyard soccer field, basketball court, or any outdoor game. As I thought about what my dad said, I slowly decided that apartment living would NOT be much fun FOR ME. Because I was the youngest, I couldn’t play outside alone or unsupervised, or my brother -when my sisters were at school I had no chance to go out. In fact, it would be especially terrible because I wouldn’t be allowed to play outside anywhere except in my backyard, so I quickly scrapped the idea of ​​the apartment.

*It was a lot of fun living in an environment with a lot of people around. We always had each other for playtime and to protect each other. Life was always eventful, you were never alone at home or alone in your yard without a dog or any other animal by your side. I had my brothers and sisters around me at all times, from my youth years, formative years, until they grew up and worked out their own lives and children.

* The days of childhood play and glorious non-existent responsibilities, came unchallenged discomfort. The only childhood villain that emerged was always very seasonal. Yes, it’s that time again! As a child, the only time to worry was the recognition of daylight saving time: one hour less sleep, ushering in the spring season of the year. We all begrudgingly acknowledge the change in the clocks, which is seen at 2:00 AM, at least here on the US East Coast: Remember, spring is the time to move forward and lose an hour of sleep! Daylight Saving Time is here AGAIN, and it always comes too early for me every year. Time to rise and shine an hour earlier than seen the day before.

In autumn or fall we will fall again and again, this is another worrying time for children, because they play outside for less than an hour, the day before. The dates and times of the fall season vary, of course, between winter and spring and fall and winter. In autumn, often called fall, we will go back an hour; extending our afternoon nap an hour longer than the day before.

These are some of the best memories to entertain as we reminisce about the small and simple concerns of our childhood and youth. When I look back, what I miss the most, I remember missing the happy and relaxed consistency of living in a family group and environment. I remember a time when it was five days in a row of school, and weekends at grandma’s services and Sunday pancake dinners, lunchtime football games and barbecues and Saturday night movies, popcorn and fried chicken or pizza. dinner. Does anyone miss those days as much as I do? The large clock on the wall of the family living room held so many secrets that it could probably write some very funny or happy poems.

Children enjoy learning and find inspiration when they write, rhyme or tell stories. Sometimes students may write stories to amuse themselves, to occupy themselves, or simply to deal with boredom. Remembering the biggest dilemmas we experienced as children is nothing but nostalgia.

*A feeling of happiness is in the air as warm feelings abound in the tone or mood of the poet or writer. When a poet feels happy, he wants his mood to consume the tone of the room where he writes quietly. It is usually demonstrated in childhood, early in writing an inspired verse, rhyme or musical composition of lyrics. Or, every now and then, the inspiration to write is unleashed from childhood memories of bliss and youthful carelessness attributed to times of boundless childhood memories.

As children grow into adults, they inherit all the responsibilities and problems that come with adolescence and adulthood, like a Florida thunderstorm in July. As they mature, writers seek more or different diversions to write and decompress. Writers seek introspection and inspiration through experiences they engage in or cultivate in nature. Attracting the elements is beneficial for the innocence and inspiration needed to write stories, books, rhymes and songs.

* Share or give attention and gain inspiration by listening to the simple, subtle and natural sounds of nature.

You can gain insight by writing musical instruments, upbeat songs or verses as a starting point or seeking inspiration to help facilitate or support the artistic process.

Life Inspiration is helpful for writing entertaining, funny or short passages or verses. Write poetry for yourself first; enjoy reading your hard work first before you decide to share your artistic creativity with others. Poetry and delightful verses and rhyming words inspire, fascinate and entertain everyone, especially our children. Children’s stories are always short and sweet and rhyme at the end.

*I enjoy learning from you and others who continually provide me with knowledge!~

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