Hello little fair
Blossom, how
Are you today?
Hubble is how
This green
Dragon is
Don’t fear dear
I’m still to
My breath still
Can’t get puffs
horns are
Still little, like
hindrance to
My small
Like two arrows
Pointing the
Long way ahead
Even with my
Hardened wings
I can
hardly fly
I wish I could
Take you along
When I shall
Harness my sky
Some say my
Touch will
But I’m not sure
If everyone runs
What can I cure?
You’re so pretty
Would you talk?
Heavenly is your
Fragrance, from
Petals till stalk
Am I
You’re so pretty
Can we be pals?
Just you and me
I’m very
Oh coral
hued cutie

For ABC Wednesday – H for Hubble The Dragon
For One Shot Wednesday at One Stop Poetry
Image given by, & For Monday’s Child

Poetry & writing are to me, a breath of fresh air in a life that is sometimes covered by the smoke of sorrow or self doubt. They also become the sweets I share to celebrate when life offers me a reason to. But most of all, they are to me, my life. For each word I write is a piece of my heart, a thought that just had to find its way into the world.

116 thoughts on “Hubble”

  1. That is one of the nicest poems I have read and I’m sure children would love it!! The Dragon has such cute things to say….Loved it!! 🙂

  2. How sweet is this Leo…I love the innocent nature of this picture and your words combined…thank you so much for linking to Monday’s Child…bkm

  3. “Am I handsome?
    You’re so pretty
    Can we be pals?
    Just you and me
    I’m very harmless
    Oh coral hued cutie!”

    Loved this lines… 🙂 😉

  4. “Am I handsome?
    You’re so pretty
    Can we be pals?
    Just you and me
    I’m very harmless
    Oh coral hued cutie!”

    Loved these lines… 🙂 😉

  5. Being a children’s writer I can’t help but hear the dialogue between the two and see children on the edge of their seats longing fro more.

    Thanks for sharing with One Shot

    Moon Smiles

  6. Awww…this poem was soooo delightfully sweet, Leo! Childlike innocence leapt out of the screen…
    I would love to be friends with this little green guy, if he is interested.. he looks so sweet and harmless…

  7. Hooray! I love this poem. I might use some of it while teaching circle time to pre-school and Kindergarten children. They will love the little dragon and the playful language. Thank you so much for posting it.

  8. ohhh totally adorable
    i love the innocence in it

    and of course who can resist a young dragon 😉
    (got a childrens story i did years back about a dragon on my site 😉

  9. Clever and adorable and ingenious! That would be a nice thing to read to a child (mine is too old now-going on 19 years old).
    Oh, and imaginative. Let’s not forget that!

  10. i shouldnt water down your poem by commenting on the image first but that was so sweet..and really pulled me in..a beautiful, and can i say cute, poem….thanks so much for sharing and its nice to read something uplifting..which in all honesty is probably the hardest thing to write..cheers pete

  11. I really liked it when you said My breath still can’t get huffs. The image of a young dragon saying such a thing was wonderful. I really enjoyed your poem thank you for sharing.

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