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Riding my bike…I’ll do it my way ~ a poem

on July 16, 2014

Bike Ride blog

I’ll do it my way…

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My friends are balancing,

With just two wheels,

I’m not sure how to

But I enjoy the squeals…

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As I hop on my bike

With my helmet on.

Don’t blink or you’ll miss me,

I’ll be pedalling… gone!

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I’ve been happy to walk,

To hop, skip and run,

My bike’s only now seeming

Like lots of fun!

~

My legs get tired,

They go round and round,

It’s hard work to steer

Over uneven ground.

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So, today I’ll cycle

With three wheels not two,

But tomorrow I might

Want to walk with you!

~

By A Little Bear aged 4 ish 🙂

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Prose for Thought
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14 responses to “Riding my bike…I’ll do it my way ~ a poem

  1. Tarana Khan says:

    Oh, such a lovely little poem! I can’t wait until my toddler is old enough to ride one. Kids look so cute on bikes! #sharewithme

  2. Jenny says:

    Oh love your poem. So cute. I am trying to teach Buba to ride a bike too. Love this. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme

  3. Ali says:

    Ah, I love this poem. Keep going little Bear! x

  4. liquoriceuk says:

    Love this poem. Little Bear looks like she is enjoying being out and about on her bike. Precious moments 🙂

  5. Emily Page says:

    This reflects a young child’s ambiguous relationship with wheels! Love it.#Prose4T

  6. ciwin22 says:

    Gorgeous poem, really loved it! I know a newly 5 yr old who has a very similar view on cycling!!! Great post. #thethemegame

  7. She’ll get there when she’s ready-beautifully expressed 🙂

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