Duncan Stephen


Mystery Key - Poem by Duncan Stephen

I came upon a mystery one day
Whilst cutting the lawn
I heard a loud clang
Whatever could it be?

There it was a rusty key
Wherever did it come from
It was a mystery to me
Thinking long and hard
It puzzled me
Must be a key to something
But what?

I don't like puzzles much
Checked every door
Still no joy
Up in the attic I found a dusty chest
Could it be?
Tried the lock-it fitted!

What was inside-nothing
That was the end of the mystery

Topic(s) of this poem: mystery

Form: Verse


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2015



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