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Rice Cake Dreams

There are so many things that I enjoy,
There’s a fallout from my nightly dreams.
I’ll wake to bring them all back together,
Then rest full from joy, bursting at the seams.

The same satisfaction comes day and night,
I’ll reach for the stars when I see a crack.
I could toast in sunshine or jump in clouds wee,
With the same mmm, as having a rice cake snack.

These rice cake dreams are my life’s soft pillow, They cushion and fluff up all that is good. Click To Tweet
These rice cake dreams are my life’s soft pillow,
They cushion and fluff up all that is good.
When I wake up and seek to sew my dreams,
Together my heart and mind has understood.
When I wake up and seek to sew my dreams, Together my heart and mind has understood. Click To Tweet

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    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      HaHa I’m amazed how much they’re loved. They’re called rice cookies here.

  1. ha ha we love a rice cake in our house. Always a great snack

  2. Fab poem. My son don’t like rice cakes I’m surprised since they are so popular with little ones.

  3. What an interesting poem. 😀 My kids love rice cakes!


  4. This brought back happy memories of when my boys were little and loved these. Thank you for linking up to #ablogginggoodtime 🎉

  5. MMT MMT

    I’ll never look at a rice cake the same way again – especially when picking them out of the bedding (the girls love one in bed!)
    Thanks for sharing with #coolmumclub

  6. I love rice cakes but not the ones for kids are they so carboardy and bland X #pocolo

  7. I eat rice cakes all the time. #PoCoLo

  8. Hi, rice cakes are a staple in our family, interesting poem 😊 #fabfridaylinky

  9. Great poem. I’ve never understood rice cakes myself but I know plenty of people who love them.
    Thank you for joining #FamilyFunLinky x

  10. I’ve yet to find a rice cake I like #FamilyFunLinky

  11. Aww this made me feel all warm and squidgy. Anything that fluffs up life is great in my book. Lovely to have more poetry over on the #Dreamteam this week. Thanks for joining us. x

  12. Salt & Vinegar rice cakes are my favourite! Thanks for joining in at #TriumphantTales 🙂

  13. Aww, what a sweet poem! This have always been, and remain a firm favourite in our house!

    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      Haha because their half are never eaten, they are sprinkled around to forever have the scent.

  14. Oh gosh, this has just brought back when my son loved rice cakes and I would find bits of them everywhere! Thankfully he’s moved on now, but I’m about to enter that phase again 🙂 Thanks for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  15. I will be honest I hate rice cakes but these actually sound nice Thank you for linking to #Thatfridaylinky please come back next week

    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      Thanks. It’s a metaphor really, for being happy with the simple things when you’re little and life is less complicated.

    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      Me too! It’s a metaphor really, for being happy with simple things when you’re little.

  16. I’ve not had the pleasure of ever eating a rice cake, I feel like I may have missed out! #DreamTeam

  17. Kids just love rice cakes don’t they? I am not a massive fan myself but they are always in the house! Great poem. Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

  18. ricecakes and peanut butter is amazing!!!!!! #sharingthebloglove

  19. Oh this brought back when my girls loved rice cakes and they would get everywhere! They were my go to snack all the time and I carried them everywhere! Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      Great blog! Yeah the rice cakes are a metaphor for how childhood can be so happy because of finding pleasure in the simple things.

  20. Sometimes only a rice cake will do – will definitely look at them in a new light now! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

  21. Lovely. I wish I was still the age where something as simple as a rice cake solved all my problems! Thanks for linking up with #tacticaltuesdays xxx

  22. My kids and mum love rice cakes, but I’ve always hated them! Thanks so much for joining us for #FridayFrolics

  23. I never liked rice cakes much. You do obviously! 😉
    Thanks for linking to #pocolo

    • bardsforbabes bardsforbabes

      No actually. I using it as a metaphor for being happy with something really simple; the sun on your back, jumping in a puddle or munching on a rice cake. It’s great to watch a little face really relish these pleasures.

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