Treasure Island

Paul Prescott

(28/11/89 / Bridgend)

My hero


My hero is the best,
He is better than all the rest,
My hero doesn’t like to admit,
That he is my hero when he dose his little bit

My hero has love and respect,
Even he is my prime subject,
My hero is always on my mind,
Even though he is smart and kind,
My hero has a special name,
But I can’t tell you it cause it would put him in shame

My hero loves to pull a trick,
He is not smart no is he very thick?
My hero makes me smile even though I feel crying,
He says 'I will always love you even though I am dyeing'

25/2/06

Submitted: Monday, February 01, 2010

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  • Marisa Gibbons (3/17/2010 6:14:00 PM)

    This is great. I love it. I am writing a story and am wondering if I can use this poem.
    I will give you full credit for the poem. So, what do you say? (Report) Reply

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