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Children's Story: Waiting On Pizza by Paul Ray
 

We waited for the pizza to
Arrive by six o' three,
But when an hour past that came,
I sensed hostility.
"What's taking it so long to come!"
My daughter cried and said,
"It's only two large pizzas with
A side of garlic bread."
 
I called the store to find out why
Our pizzas had not come;
But when I asked, the lady laughed,
And started acting dumb.
"Why John came back an hour ago.
The pizzas have been sent."
I told her then no pizzas came,
And kids were getting bent.
 
At that, she said, "Excuse me please,"
And then she left the phone.
I waited as I overheard
Her speak then give a groan.
With that, her words came through the line,
As sweet as she could be,
"I'm sorry sir, you had to wait.
The pizzas will be free."
 
I thanked her as we both hung up,
And told my kids the news.
They jumped with joy, as wailing stopped,
And gave no more boo hoos.
The pizza was delivered then
To feed my family.
We finally got free pizzas at
The time of eight o'three.
 
 
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About Paul
 
Paul has been writing poetry since childhood and has published several books of poetry, surprisingly he works in real estate.
 
He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from North Carolina State University and currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
He has been married to the same "lovely angel" for over thirty-two years with whom he has two terrific young adult kids.
 
Many of his poems were inspired by his immediate family.
 
Pauls Stories
 
Here's a list of some of Pauls stories which are rotated on this page one at a time and available to registered readers. The entire collection is available immediately to those registered for Unlimited Children's Stories (see Free Story Access above).
 
Huggable Boo
Nighty Night And Twinkle Toes
Ode To A Hot Dog
The Story Of Harold The Angel
The Sweet Lullaby>

 
 
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