Three by M.E./Rhymes of the Times
1. To keep lamps burning.
2. To add to food.
3. To clean oil covered birds.
First a canola oil rinse-
The lighter oil breaking up the crude blackening,
that can be quite immense.
1 week, 1 day
Choosing to read about Helen Keller is a wise choice-
For although both blind and deaf, for many, she left an encouraging voice.
2 weeks, 6 days
1. Wish it clean.
2. You clean it.
3. Invite your child’s favorite company over for the weekend.
Their room will shine-
With the help of psychology on the child’s mind.
1. Slinky toys.
2. A flattened plant.
3. A sick child.
High fever and sick one day-
Suddenly well, fit, the next day and okay.
3 weeks, 2 days
Back in 1790, Congress authorized the first U.S. census-
An act still going on, important, a national must.
1. By the way they look.
2. By what they wear.
3. By what is on the inside.
Judging by the first two, no doubt- 6 more words
3 weeks, 3 days
3. Both in wheelchairs.
The seatbelt on the wheelchair-
Does not prevent the sitter from
flying through the air.
1 month, 1 week