God’s simple beauty, beyond compare
Nature’s bounty everywhere
So much to smell–so much to see
Let’s take the Stately Old Oak Tree
Six hundred species, big family and strong
but how do you prove that you really belong
Examine my LEAF said the Little Sprout
that will tell you what I’m all about.
One of these years I’ll drop an acorn
and be a hundred feet tall
but until then–I’ll show you my colors
they will be blazing–just wait until Fall!
The Little Mouse–Hiding in the house–
as hungry as he could be–
watched the young lady, eating her toast, laughing with such glee–
when all of a sudden a piece of that toast landed on her knee, Yippee
thought the Little Mouse while hiding in the young lady’s house–there is something here for me–
The speedy Little Mouse ran through the house,
capturing the crumb, on his little thumb,
and into the night ran he–
As he looked back at the young lady, still eating, and laughing with glee!