Lessons from the Seuss

Since I was a girl and could read on the spot

Dr. Seuss made me smile and think quite a lot

He’s funny, he’s happy, he’s silly, and smart

He thinks everyone has something to offer – like art

The trees give us air, kids thrive on esteem

His heart is to help us all out it would seem

“Be Youer than you, no one else will do”

Take for example Thing 1 and Thing 2

Be kinder than kind, smile wider than wide

Think of that smile, why would you want it to hide?

Why someone may need that smile to survive

Would it not be so great to live life fully alive?

Whether green eggs & ham or the places you’ll go

Imagination just has no limits – oh no!

A red fish or blue fish a fox in his socks

A cat in a hat who kept toys in a box

You see Seuss had it right from the start it is true

There’s only one life you can live so please do!


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