Sweet dreams, indeed, the stage is gently set,
The kids are off to ‘Magic’ land again,
While they’re away we snuggle ‘top the bed,
And wait for weary ones to trundle in.
Thank goodness we convinced them to begin
their summer trip, with us secure in tow,
You think we pushed too hard, or did the grins
upon our plush, stuffed faces cast a glow?
I dare say, you were cutest, this I know,
Especially with your floppy ears so warm,
Though I’ve been known to be a snuggly joe,
And as a pair, who could resist our charm?
So here we rest upon the “Poly” bed,
Our pleasure to give pleasure back instead.
Poetry Day 10: Pleasure, Sonnet, Apostrophe