The Wisdom of Miss Lydia

Miss Lydia is very, very smart. I know, ’cause she told me so.

Her wisdom you won’t want to ignore, even though she’s only four.

Don’t swallow the black watermelon seeds she said. It’ll take the smarts from your head.

If her advice you do not heed, your energy too will lose it’s speed.

“Where did you learn this?,” I asked in amazement.

She pondered before giving reply, ‘I just knowed it.’

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