SCRIBBLERS PROJECT: Use the word serendipity in a poem.
“What rhymes with ‘serendipity,’ I ask my husband?
“Stupidity,” he replies, not looking up from his crossword puzzle.
“That doesn’t rhyme properly,” I retort. “It doesn’t have enough syllables.
“I need to compose something for our Scribbler’s project,” I explain. “Perhaps a poem or maybe even a song.
“What was that song Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke sang in the Mary Poppins’ movie? You know the one. It was a word… Sounded a bit like serendipity?”
“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” he mutters, obviously not that interested.
“No, not that one… Now I remember! “It was chim-chiminey-chim-chiminey-chim-chim-cheroo….I think I can substitute the word “serendipity” into the lyrics.
Seren-dip-ity, seren-dip-ity, seren-dip-ity, seren- doo,
There’s snow on the ground and I’m feeling blue
Seren-dip-ity, seren-dip-ity, seren-dip-ty, seren-doo
I’m yearning for Spring and I’m sure you are too!