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My grandpa tries to frighten me / By telling how things used to be. / He swears that what he says is true. / This was the world in which he grew: / / Their homes had porches, where they sat, / And grownups always wore a hat. / There were no sneakers, only shoes, / And men wore vests, but no tattoos. sign in to read more »
I feel an urge to dance and cheer, / To shout for all the world to hear. / Today I stood against the wall / And found I measure five feet tall! / / My nose is farther from the floor. / My clothes don't fit me anymore. / I'm medium instead of small / Now that I've grown to five feet tall. / / No more can sign in to read more »
It soothes my sores / And cools my drinks / And makes the floors / For skating rinks. / It floats in punch / In cubic form. / It's fun to crunch / When I feel warm. / It's great for sleds / And pucks and falls / And penguin beds / And igloo walls. / On frigid days / It's hail or sleet / Or frozen glaze / That sign in to read more »