of the Center for Children's Books
|Each month we choose a favorite quote--something fun or something to make you think.
See the archive for quotes from previous months.
"She walks in beauty like the night." Is that how it goes? I can't remember where that's from. She nightly walks in beauty? No. I don't do poetry.
I did try writing her some poetry once, to show her my sensitive side.
But the only things I could think of to rhyme with "Louise" were "help me, please," "on my knees," and "I like cheese." None of them seemed appropriate. I binned the poem quickly, before the hideous creature could evolve a second verse.
|--Simon Cheshire, The Prince and the Snowgirl|
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