The daily create for March 20, 2015, was to write a poem about a rainy day. It’s really pouring here in Vancouver, so this was perfect for us. I asked my 7-year-old son to help me write a poem. He came up with the ideas and some of the lines; I turned some of his ideas into rhymes. Here is the result.
Oh, and as we were trying to rhyme something with rain, he was being silly and said “the number 84.” After we chuckled about that, we decided to put the number 84 into the poem. He said we should call it poem 84.
I don’t like rainy days
in so many ways:
they’re cold, they’re wet,
and they make me fret.
I’m like a cat, I hate water
rain’s too cold, I like it hotter.
I wish there was dry rain.