Penni Currie

Rookie - 136 Points (1960 / Scotland)

The Boy's Plea


Running, running we always run
looking for love, looking for fun
we get so bored, excitement we crave
so we run from the cradle towards the grave

Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: growing up

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I wrote a short fantasy novel and throughout it I had 4 line verses

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