Poem

Life at Six

Life at six is like a candy store
If you can’t get what you want, you just lay on the floor
Mama’s trying hard to deal with your tantrum
As you cry for things you don’t even fathom

Life at six is like a candy store,
You go out and play with other kids next door
Play hide and seek or cars and barbie
Or read about Peanuts and Charlie

Life at six is like a candy store,
You don’t have to worry about the future
You get everything for free
Toys, food, and candies, all without a fee

– © Pancake Bunnykins

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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Life’s a Candy Store.”

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