“What Shall I Wear?” Friend, July 1986, 30
When it is cold, I like to wear
A soft, thick hat upon my hair,
And furry socks to hug my toes.
Cold weather’s best for cozy clothes.
If it is raining, then I choose
A pair of boots instead of shoes.
A big umbrella keeps me dry
When raindrops splash fast from the sky.
Sometimes it’s windy; then it’s best
To button tight my bright red vest.
I pull a scarf around my chin,
To keep my hair all snug within.
When it’s as hot as hot can be,
I like to let my hair blow free.
I run barefoot along the street
And play with all the friends I meet.