In theory, leaving money in books isn’t such a bad idea. (What kind of thief is going to wipe your shelves clean?)
Unless your younger cousin comes over, wants to read, and finds money in a book you own.
This happened to me today. I’m not denying it.
In fact I was the one who recommended the book to him. That was before I knew I left ten dollars in there.
Now I’m ten dollars poorer.
And this is why I don’t donate or give my babies away.
Because of the success with my previous birthday poems, I decided to write another one—this time it’ll be dedicated to my older cousin.
AC: Happy birthday. Have a good one. Continue working hard.
Congratulations on turning a year older
You’re now so much wiser
I’ve watched you grow up so tall
Remember when we were small
You’ve made me laugh pointlessly
As we wandered through our childhood aimlessly
I hope from each other we continue to learn
Don’t forget all those memories I still yearn
I know one day we’ll part ways
But until then we shall cherish these days
Happy birthday tonight
Live it up with delight
Other poems you may enjoy:
Happy Birthday Poem (For Her With Rhyme)
Happy Birthday Poem (For Him With Rhyme)
Happy Birthday Poem (For Mother With Rhyme)
Happy Birthday Poem With Rhyme (For Fan/Friend/Family)
Happy Birthday Poem (To All With Rhyme)