“Lalli’s Window”

Lalli, our indomitable eleven-year-old, never allows anything to stop her from trying something new and exciting! What if her left leg is a prosthetic, what if she can’t run like others in the school? She can play the piano, and she does that with passion! Good for you, Lalli, good for you!

When Lalli the piano did play

Such talent the gal did display

Her fingers would bound

O’er the keys’ wondrous sound.

Beethoven did hold such a sway!

About kamakshi

I am a 76-year-old South-Asian-American woman whose passion is writing murder mysteries and children's books. "Lalli's Window" and "Murders Most Matronly" were published in 2017.

One response to ““Lalli’s Window”

  1. Here’s yet another limerick that appears in my “Lalli’s Window”:
    A pair of strong arms did declare:
    “We can fly with one leg, without care!
    The impossible dream isn’t far
    To reach the unreachable star
    We’ll conquer the world if you dare!”

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