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Adult playland

 29 Aug 2014 6:53 pm

Adult playland

Time stands still in
a magical land
come let me show
you, just take my

No children can come
here its only for
the grown
A place to relax a
far away home

There are trees
filled with fruits
and nuts
and shady spots for
tired butts

A sweet spring pond
with minnow fish
you can soak you
feet or skinny dip

A small white
mountain with a
horse and wagon full
of hay
You can ride up
enjoy the sight then
sliegh ride back the
same day

Lots of rides and
things to do
like hide and seek
and jump rope too

There's a giant
stair case with
padded towels
To slide a bumpy
ride down

Fire flys light the
and love to be
caught then back to

No worry for
mosquitoes and the
biting fly
There are friendly
bats and on those
they dine

Croaking frogs and
crickets sing
sweet smelling
flowers forever

Butterfly's so
beautiful and free
put on a show for
you and me

A big front porch
with rocking chairs
and old hound dogs
and cats napping
without care.

Old grandpas with
jumpy knees they
shrink you down and
bounce you all you

Grand ma shouts wash
your hands at the
fountain there
wash your face and
comb your hair

Dinner is ready and
boy its good
Now hurry before its
cold if you would

Back yard raised
fried chicken and
real buttered corn
on the cob

Mashed potatoes and
gravy and thanks
first to God

Green beans and
apple pie cold milk
to spare
No ones a stranger
so pull up a chair

It's all waiting
there for you
It's there in your
heart and easy to
get to

Just remember the
good child hood
and sing and
remember those fun
childhood rhymes


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