Kat 'Happy Girl' Happy


Daisy Chains - Poem by Kat 'Happy Girl' Happy

Daisy chains
Childish games
Times when all we cared about was to have fun
Tinged with blissful ignorance
So innocent and young

We didn't care who stopped and stared
We Just sat there and made them anyway
Feeling the heat of the glorious sun on our backs
And the grass under our feet
Like we did when we were kids
Basking in the memory of sunny summer games

The childish summer days have passed
But we're still here, Older but still us
Just not quite the same
I don't want to grow up, grow old, forget
I'm still clinging to my last shred of innocence
Not ready to let go yet,

When other girls are busy with there makeup sets
We're still out in that field
Smiling, Laughing
And making daisy chains


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 24, 2010



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