Ha ha ha ha ha!
Bend forward, hug your belly, and slap your thigh,
A belly full of laughter is so good, sometimes it makes you cry.
Don’t be afraid to laugh out loud and shake a little bit,
Laughter is like the flu, so others will be sure to catch it.
There are days when you’re going to be sad and down,
You can’t always wear a smile, some days you’ll wear a frown.
So whenever you get a chance to laugh, do it with all your might,
Laugh away your fears and doubt, be it in the day or in the night.
Laughing can make you feel better when you’re sick
And if you’re mad, start laughing quick, quick, quick!
If you fall flat on your face, start laughing out first,
It’s okay to laugh at yourself, even if you need a nurse.
Always encourage others to laugh and be glad,
Share a cool joke with someone if they feel sad.
Laughing does good for you, more than it does bad,
So laugh as much as you can, and then some more add!
Written by: Amelia Brown
“A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit drains one’s strength.” (Proverbs 17:22)
What makes you laugh?