Kaila George

(20 October 1962 / New Zealand)

A Disney Fan


I have to admit
I'm a Walt Disney fan
From the moment I watched
The little mermaid
He had me hook line and sinker

At first when my boy
Was just a toddler
I use to embellish the joy
Of buying Disney movies

Then when he grew out of those
I had to make excuses of my own
And often told rose colored lies
About how still he loved
The Disney films

Little did the adults know?
They were my own
Escape from reality
But I still loved to watch
A Disney film

So no longer will I hide
And blame it on my poor son
I am and will ever be
A Disney Fan

Submitted: Monday, June 25, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 26, 2012
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Just love those movies, I watched Bambi for the first time last week, still captures your soul dont he...sheesh. Im such a sucker for Disney movies.

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  • Kevin Patrick (8/4/2012 12:22:00 AM)

    My Aunt Sam is a HUGE Disney junkie! , she’s a tourist agent who specializes families in Disney resorts. I should send this to her

    Don’t ever be embarrassed by liking Disney, we live in a cynical world where people are mocked for liking things that are important to them.
    This is cute (Report) Reply

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