Friday, February 29, 2008

Leap Day Baby -- a Leap Day poem/a birthday poem

LEAP DAY BABY
by
Gregory K.

My father never acts his age.
My mother says that's great.
See, Dad's a leap day baby and today he's turning eight!


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7 comments:

TadMack said...

I love this! My cousin turns five today. :)

Karen E. said...

Cute! We all seem focused on February ... or rather, on leaping past it.

laurasalas said...

Love this, Greg. Too funny.

Kelly Fineman said...

My grandfather used to tell us about his uncle, who died when he was 14 but had a wife and 5 children. Your poem brought it back for me - thank you for that gift!

Mary Peterson said...

Love it Greg! This is a DOUBLE good year for leap year babies turning Sweet 16....its also their Sgt. Pepper Birthday..."Will you still need me, will you still feed me, When i'm sixty-four."

Rita said...

Sweet!

Anonymous said...

jewoebLove it!
We need lots more silliness in this world.
You've performed a much needed service for mankind!
Gillian Foster