Mara Kingfield

Imagination's Fun - Poem by Mara Kingfield

Quiet I must be, can't let the monster find me
It seeks me out and calls my name,
I wish it would leave me alone, I'm not to blame.
I feel the need, the need to peek, to get away I must sneak.
In the hall I hear a sound then a bump, have I been found!
With a squeal and a laugh I run,
it sees me and asks if I'm having fun
I run as fast as my legs will go,
the monster jumps and starts to follow
The monster catches me, laughs and says what a bother,
you broke the vase and hide from your mother.

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  • (10/31/2005 8:47:00 PM)

    I like your style of writting, all cheerful and happy, good work. Love Tamara (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 18, 2005

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