To My Nieces and Nephews

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If I could
I would mail this ice cream
- Or maybe frozen yogurt? -
Just to you.

It might be ice cream,
But I think it's frozen yogurt,
Which is better -
In my humble* opinion.

One is star-shaped
And sprinkled with Pop Rocks
- Yes! It pops in your mouth!

Another has bubble gum
As its popsicle stick.

I haven't tried
A third kind
But it's shaped like a slice
Of watermelon!

*that's French for "humble"

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And I thought you were singing Regina Belle's emotionally-charged "If I Could"! See? I read posts, especially as I come home, plonk in front of the PC, undress (office shirt and outdoor shoes--what were you thinking?), and salivate over lovely words coming from friends like you.


:: Paul A.

I do wonder if they have a sweet pepper brushcetta frozen yogurt on a bread stick?!!!!
Not too sure about that bubblegum center thingy tho'!?
I do love a good poem,prose, rhyme,etc. Thanksalot......(comes from near Camelot not the Parksalot, but closer to Chocolot).

I love your translations. Very helpful.

Thanks, Maman - I'm glad you appreciated the very helpful translation :-)

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