is this gift under the Christmas
tree, wrapped in pretty paper
with a shiny red bow? It is a
present, not for me. The gift
tag says, it is for BABY. If you
shake the square box , can you
guess? It hardly makes a sound.
It does not rattle, it only rolls.
That is its only noise, except
for a tinkling bell that rings
with a muffled sound. It is soft.
It is round.Baby will surely clap
with glee, when he finally gets
to see what is inside this pressy.
So could you guess what present Baby is getting under the Christmas tree? Can you see the ball inside the package? I do hope this present presents the way it shows up on my screen, but if you are viewing this on your cell phone, I know the letters wrap. It is supposed to look like a green wrapped Christmas present with a red ribbon and bow. Inside you should be able to see the light blue ball that is Baby's present. I still haven't got the bow on the top right, every time I start to adjust that spacing, an extra blank line is inserted. RATS! This is a shaped prose poem. Can you write your own concrete poem for a Christmas object?