Our Little Prince

written: March 17, 2007

I wrote this poem for my son Ize whom we love. I made the poem while I was taking care of him. He keeps on saying “choko-choko-choko” while playing with his toys. Here it goes:

Choko-choko-choko-choko-choko! said the little prince.
You’ll wonder why, you’ll wonder what,
this blabby princes’ words are about.

Choko-choko, what does it mean?
Does it mean he’s happy or just wants to sing.
or does it mean I want more,
I want more toys to explore.

Yes, this is our prince, a little prince of joy.
Gift from God, a being who loves to ploy.
Watch him shout, watch him play,
and happiness shall fill all your day.

source: http://baulninoel.blogspot.com/2009/02/our-little-prince.html

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Comments
7 Responses to “Our Little Prince”
  1. Bhing says:

    i like the last stanza,full of life! 🙂

    • izeleon says:

      Nung mga time na ginawa ko ito ay noong gumagabay-gabay pa lang siya sa mga aparador at mga upuan. Kukuha ng isang laruan at ipapalo sa mga upuan at gagawa ng kung ano-anong ingay at isa na nga doon yung :choko-choko-choko!”. Minsan di ko mapigilang manggigil hehe! Talagang bundle of joy hehe!

  2. bino says:

    nice poem ah 🙂

  3. MPoy says:

    iniisip ko, chocolate yong sinasabi ni son mo. hehehe

    • izeleon says:

      hehe! actually, naisip din namin yon pero di niya pa kilala ang chocolate at di siya mahilig sa sweets (thank goodness) at ayaw niya ng chocolate hehe! we tried din bigyan siya pero ayaw hehe!

  4. Nortehanon says:

    How sweet, I wonder how many father out there takes time to write poems for their children.

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