Thanks for the happy.
It's been a good day.
You came to visit
and we got to play.
It has been another hot, summer day. But somewhere along my day I stumbled upon the line "Thanks for the happy." It is a little bit different and I wanted to put it into a poem. I call this using "fresh" language--saying things in a way you wouldn't normally hear. Can you think of another way to say It has been a good day? Try writing your own poem today using fresh language.
In writing children's poetry, one needs to allow the meaning to emerge at it's own pace.