LIVING IN TREES
How nice to have a home in trees,
And to confer with honeybees,
Who also make their homes so high,
And have a window to the sky.
To huddle under leaves in rain,
Then watch the sun come out again.
To hear the winds come whistling by
And watch a rainbow fill the sky.
To be a giant looking down,
and feel leaves flutter all around,
To be the one to greet and sing
hello to robins in the spring.
THE MOUSE IN SCHOOL
Johnny brought a mouse to school,
Although it was against the rules.
He said for “share time” we could see
This mouse could dance and even read.
We sat around his box entranced ––
He did not read. He didn’t dance.
But best was when the mouse got out
And chased the screaming girls about.
This is the newest book of children’s poetry by author, Diana Prince. It celebrates the special moments of childhood.
About the Author
Dr. Diana Prince has a master’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Philosophy from California State University at San Diego. She also has a PhD. in Psychology from United States International University.