Swimming Ool

By Kenn Nesbitt b. 1962 Kenn Nesbitt
Swimming in the swimming pool
is where I like to “B,”
wearing underwater goggles
so that I can “C.”
Yesterday, before I swam,
I drank a cup of “T.”
Now the pool’s a “swimming ool”
because I took a “P.”

“Swimming Ool.” © 1998 by Kenn Nesbitt. Reprinted from Miles of Smiles (© 1998, 2004 by Meadowbrook Creations) with permission from Meadowbrook Press.

Source: Miles of Smiles (1998)


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Poet Kenn Nesbitt b. 1962

POET’S REGION U.S., Northwestern

Subjects Living, Youth, Activities, Sports & Outdoor Activities