Athul KrishnaA

Rookie (17th august 1997 / Kottayam, Kerala)

08 Cat in bed (real expirience)


It was vaccation time and
I was very happy.
I played all day picking,
dolls on their noses and throwing them
Just like a strong man.
And the computer
it got the fever and I got the scoldings!
My parents send me early to bed.
Just when it was 8
I resisted the most to my parents
But then lost resisting to them
I went to bed with a long face
Determined not to sleep,
My brother looked me with a sly smile
My parents switched off the light
And said good night.
It was dark in the room and I
Saw a dark figure having looks of a cat
Just beside me on.
My very own bed
I was puzzled as
there was no cat in the house
And when I touched it,
Oh! It felt like fur,
Coward me screamed like anything
And my parents came rushing along,
And they put on the lights and I saw
Lying beside me on my bed
Was a cat-like doll
And there was my brother on the floor
Purring just like a cat!

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2008
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2008

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  • Rookie Nkululeko Mdudu (4/24/2008 2:16:00 AM)

    nicely said, as only a child could say it. oh and by 'child' I don't mean inferior to adults. in fact you should read my poem 'such a child' as proof of my love for being a child myself. (Report) Reply

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