Treasure Island

Marinela Reka

(23/04/1996)

My imaginary friend


My imaginary friend
Has got brown eyes
And brown hair
My imaginary friend
Is as cuddly
As polo bear
My imaginary friend
Is playful and kind
My imaginary friend
Has got a big mind
My imaginary friend
Is complete with care
My imaginary friend
Knows how to share
My imaginary friend
Is my sweetheart
My imaginary friend
Likes so much art
My imaginary friend
Is really fun
The truth is
I don’t have imaginary friend
All of this is my mum

M.Reka 2006

Submitted: Friday, May 23, 2008

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  • Anjana Asok (5/23/2008 10:00:00 AM)

    it is a lovely poem marinela i hope you are really affectionate to your mother (Report) Reply

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