Acadia wrote a poem.

the intergalact[?] poem

it’s not a lot to me;
there’s no pictures in this one.
on the back there is,
but not today.
the pictures we will write in,
in 15 years;
in 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 years.
the days turned into many and many and many more years till it was Egypt time.

“I’m making a poem,” Acadia announced. Several times. Then she “wrote” this poem on the back of a drawing she’d done. (She makes words by doing the wavy lines kids call writing.) After she “read” it to me, she said, “Isn’t this one cool? It has Egypt in it.” She loves talking about Egypt and Pharaoh, for some reason. I am not sure what it is about it that appeals to her so much. I mean, it’s fascinating stuff, but she’s 4.


2 Responses to “Acadia wrote a poem.”

  1. March 24, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    Hey, you might have an archeologist in training!

  2. 2 Chrissy
    March 25, 2008 at 2:39 pm

    She gets cuter and cuter each day!

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