The Dirigible Balloon
Poetry for Children

Eight Days of the Week

Listen to Attie read her poem ...
Monday is golden, a penny bright and shiny.
Tuesday is a yellow secret, shy and rather tiny.
Wednesday has blue corners, like a plastic lunchbox.
Thursday, soft and pink like the taste of candy floss.
Friday is a hill with green grass rolling all the way.
Exploding rainbows fill the air when it is Saturday.
Sunday is white and peaceful, with a subtle hint of grey.
But my favourite is the silver-black Imaginaryday.

About the Writer

Attie Lime

Attie is a writer who likes anagrams but doesn’t always finish them. She likes walking in fields, winning at UNO and buying unnecessary stationery. Poetry for children is forthcoming in Little Thoughts Press and maybe, eventually, a Middle Grade novel featuring a cat called Colin. Twitter @AttieLime