Evie the Egret.
Evie was the cutest egret
you ever will have met.
The way her big blue eyes were set
was in a way you couldn’t forget.
Evie’s fluffy feathers, even when they were wet,
created the most fantastic egret silhouette.
Evie was a part of an all-girl egret quartet
where she was featured playing the alto clarinet.
The other girls, whose names were Annette and Suzette,
played backup to the leader, a brunette named Claudette.
Evie was known to fret
and sometimes get upset
because her name wasn’t Yvette
or maybe even Paulette.
But Evie didn’t long regret
for it was silly to be upset
when you really were the cutest little egret
from the U.S. to Tibet.
Cheers & Hugs,
Evie the Egret is another in a series of paintings and poems I am working on for a new children’s book. This new book will be kind of special because it will feature characters that are based on the grandchildren of my best friends. Evie is the first grandaughter of my bestie, Jill, and the second child of Jackie, my McHendy daughter, who first inspired me to start this blog.
I have two more special surprise characters to create before I begin putting this book together, so look for them in upcoming posts.