Friday, April 04, 2008

Bubble Wrap -- a bubble wrap poem

BUBBLE WRAP
By
Gregory K.

Pop! Pop! Pop! Pop! Snap! Snap! Snap!
We just got some bubble wrap!

Snap! Snap! Pop! Pop! Joy! Joy! Joy!
It’s not wrapping. It’s a toy!

Pop! Snap! Pop! Snap! Pop! Pop! Pop!
Never, ever gonna stop!

Pop! Pop! Snap! Snap! Fun! Fun! Fun!
Squish. Oh. Squish. No!
Sigh.
All done.


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8 comments:

Cloudscome said...

I am really enjoying your poems Greg. This is just the kind of joy my boys love!

Karen E. said...

Very cute -- my kids will totally appreciate this one. And, I have to confess, I love bubble wrap, too. :-) Have you ever seen this:

virtual bubble wrap

Susan T. said...

Good one, Greg!

a. fortis said...

Great poem, Greg! Really captures the feeling. :)

OneMoreBeliever said...

came by to say hello... found yr site via fibbin... love the format.. thanks for the comment on 30 poems/days... i am enjoying the ridge.. now this bubble wrap... yes, cannot stoppppppp... enjoyable

Gregory K. said...

Yes, Karen... I love the virtual bubble wrap! There's also a newish toy in Japan (blogged about here that's an electronic bubble popping device. Not quite the same to me, but still shows that the bubble wrap's appeal is pretty wide reaching!

Elaine Magliaro said...

Gregory,

Who can resist bubble wrap? Once, when my daughter was little, we had a huge sheet of it on the basement floor. I loved to hear the sound of SNAPS and POPS as she danced around on it. Great subject for a poem!

Rita said...

"A classic for all ages!! This is inspired fun!" --rhcrayon magazine