Thistle Wargul


Moods - Poem by Thistle Wargul

When I’m angry I shout and scream,
I hate everyone and everything.
I tear up paper, slam the doors,
Kick the walls, and punch the draws.
When I’m angry I shout and scream,
I hate everyone and everything.

When I’m happy I jump for joy,
I play with chocolate like it’s a toy.
I run round giggling, stay up late,
I act the fool, and leap the gate.
When I’m happy I jump for joy,
I play with chocolate like it’s a toy.

When I’m sad I weep and weep,
I’m so upset I cannot sleep.
I cry and cry up on my bed,
I hold on to my sore sore head.
When I’m sad I weep and weep,
I’m so upset I cannot sleep.

When I’m scared I get down low,
I wish that everyone would go!
I crouch in the corner and shake,
I feel the earth begin to quake.
When I’m scared I get down low,
I wish that everyone would go!

When I’m in love I twizzle and twirl,
I really love being a girl!
I want to fly just like a dove,
I want to sing I’m in love I’m in love I’m in love.
When I’m in love I twizzle and twirl,
I really love being a girl!

These are my moods,
You have listened well,
But promise to me,
That you shall not tell!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011


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