What can YOU say in six sentences?
I’ve learned six knots, which Daddy taught, six knots that bind like glue. The granny loop holds fast and tight, and is easy to undo. The bows in little girl’s dresses, though, needs to lay just right. While lacing shoes was hard to master, it yielded two techniques; rabbit ears or sneak through the hole, the trouble was getting them tight. The hangman’s noose, like daisy chains, I learned gripped strong and true. But the tightest knot of all you wrought, was the one you wrapped ‘round my heart.