Toyland

Another from Songs of Childhood, 1923. One of my very favorite poets ever ever everĀ is Eugene Field, and he wrote the words to this one. TOYLAND Oh, how do you get to Toyland, Of all little ones the joyland? Just follow your nose, And go on tip-toes; It’s only a minute to Toyland. And oh, … Continue reading Toyland

Snowballs

Songs of Childhood, 1923 Most of these are very simple. Sometimes it’s nice to just put yourself into a ‘simple’ thing. That is, put aside all the worries of everyday life, and just imagine yourself as one of these children making snowballs and having a jolly time! SNOWBALLS O-ho! O-ho! The feathery snow is falling. … Continue reading Snowballs

The Meeting

From Aunt Kitty’s Storybook. One day I was looking at a pack of cards and noticed something I’d never noticed before. The Meeting The Royalty of Cards one day, Got together on that day. One merry merry merry day, Merry it was, I must say. It started out so peacefully, The Jokers were on bended … Continue reading The Meeting

Small Sam

Ok, so I admit that the first band that I really loved was the Beatles. John was my favorite. When I discovered his writings, I thought he was so clever! Here is one that was inspired by the writing style of John Lennon. Small Sam One day, there was a small man who was very … Continue reading Small Sam

New Forum

Hi everyone! I just wanted to make a quick announcement about the BRAND SPANKING NEW forum for people like us, who love old things and get nostalgic. It’s in its early stages, but stop by for a look! I’m very excited about this. It’s here. Thanks for checking it out! Continue reading New Forum