Cathryn Martin

Rookie - 12 Points (24-02-1991 / Cheltenham, England)

Suddenly I'M Shy - Poem by Cathryn Martin

Ripples spread accross the pond,
As summer passes by,
Children's boats go bobbing along,
And suddenly I'm shy.

The leaves go scudding round the park,
As we go strolling by,
The wind whips through our hair,
And suddenly I'm shy.

Snowflakes drifting down from heaven,
Like winters long ago,
Snowball fights and splat, I'm hit,
And suddenly I'm shy.

I'm shy because these are the things,
I dreamed of us doing one day,
But now we are here, they are happening,
And suddenly I'm shy.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 30, 2010

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