Just Jot It January: Day 2 Boisterous.

Just jot it January : Day 2 : January 2nd Boisterous~Dan Antion  thank you Dan for the prompt and Linda for the #jusjojan. 

James was such a boisterous child

His shenanigans drove his parents wild.

Running here shouting there

Caused his parents to loose their hair.
James was not popular at a party

His gay abandon was too hearty

Mum and Dad hoped it was true

That he would calm down as he grew.
James was so full of fun and life

His biking and tree climbing caused strife

He was a frequent flier in A and E

But he was loved, that was plain to see.
 James gave his parents quite a fright

When he suddenly changed over night.

Of a sudden he became quiet and calm 

Bringing a Sweetheart home on his arm…………

Jimmie jnr was another boisterous child

His shenanigans drove his parents wild. !!

😀

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13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. debyblogs
    Jan 02, 2018 @ 05:53:06

    And that’s exactly how a child should be! Beautiful poem.

    Reply

  2. Ritu
    Jan 02, 2018 @ 07:00:42

    Ha! Cute! I love it sis!

    Reply

  3. oneta hayes
    Jan 02, 2018 @ 18:55:09

    Love it. Very clever.

    Reply

  4. jetgirlcos
    Jan 03, 2018 @ 05:10:37

    Super cute Willow! I love the pocture too, that he has on an aviator outfit. It’s jusr right for your boisterous character!

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    • willowdot21
      Jan 03, 2018 @ 10:24:44

      Hi it great to see you back 😁 the poem was based on my eldest son, named changed of course! He was such a busy lad I like to say a sign of intelligence! He is nearly 45yrs now. You would still know he is around 💜 I liked the photo too. 💜

      Reply

  5. rashmiawtani
    Jan 05, 2018 @ 03:15:36

    Simply wow👏👏

    Reply

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