I went to Kate's kindergarten poetry reading yesterday. I don't mind hitting a scene like that once in a while as long as Kate doesn't make a habit of it. I'm not dragging myself to something like that when she's 24 and complains about how I never paid attention to here. I'm sure I would find something more interesting to do than see THAT.
Most of the kids had written poems about dogs and cats. Kate wrote a short one about shopping for art (it rhymes with "cart"). But my favorite was her classmate who had his grandparents in the audience and who wrote a poem that I'll try to recall from memory:
My Grandpa Eats Nothing But Butter
My Grandpa eats nothing but butter
Ten sticks a day at least
He never plays with his children
He just sits there eating butter.
Said grandpa just smiled, kind of confused while everyone laughed because dang that was a funny poem.