Okay, enough talk of abuse and whatnot today. I just got my feelings back and need something lighthearted and fun and thought I’d share a poem I’ve written.
It scanned fairly okay, but in case you can’t decipher my handwriting, here’s what it reads.
The tail of the kitty
Once a kitty lay awake
and thought of funny things to make
and since it was alone at home
it started every room to roam.
The first room held a dresser
five stories high, no lesser.
The kitty climbs, then slips its paw
came tumbling down by natures law.
The lesson kitty learned?
Success got to be earned!
A dark room was the second
“Just hurry!” kitty reckoned
It ran, bumped into things and more.
Oh geez, was our kitty sore!
The kitty’s lesson settled deep:
You must look before you leap!
Into the third room kitty peeked
it hurt, was sore, for mommy seeked
it saw her sleeping in her bed
and almost started to run like mad
but then stopped in its track
and thought a little back.
It looked before it leaped
and: successfully with mommy sleeped!
Haha, and now don’t tell me it’s got silly rhymes and wrong words. That’s why it is a children’s poem. 😉 😀