Roann Mendriq

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Roann Mendriq Poems

321. Trifles© 8/28/2013
322. Cooking Up A Storm © 6/11/2014
323. Lenten Poems: Good Friday © 4/17/2014
324. Poetry For Children: My Best Friend! © 7/30/2013
325. Poetry For Children: Teaching Teacher! © 1/29/2014
326. Christmas Poems: Gift Giving! © 12/16/2014
327. Amidst The Stones © 9/17/2014
328. Canvas Sea © 6/11/2014
329. Jasmine © 5/23/2017
330. Love Is Never All Red Roses © 8/28/2013
331. Conference Of Crows © 8/28/2013
332. Falling Falling© 7/19/2013
333. Tended By A Poetree © 7/4/2013
334. Why Did They Have To Die? © 6/27/2013
335. Where The Green Secretly Grows© 6/26/2013
336. Truth© 4/11/2013
337. Puddle Splash © 4/11/2013
338. Parrots! © 3/30/2015
339. Let Truth Speak In Silence © 8/25/2015
340. Poetry For Children: Too Much Tv! © 8/10/2015
341. Water Falling© 6/30/2015
342. Tears 3/5/2018
343. People Watching © 2/18/2014
344. Poetry For Children: I Have A Diplodocus © 7/3/2013
345. Poetry For Children: Lost Socks! © 2/25/2014
346. Poetry For Children: Granny's Little Laptop © 7/12/2013
347. Lenten Poems: Ashes To Ashes © 3/10/2014
348. Baking Bread © 9/18/2014
349. Poetry For Children: Bedtime Stories © 7/29/2013
350. Country Quilt © 4/17/2013
351. Healing Words© 6/18/2014
352. Flower Children© 4/11/2013
353. Poetry For Children: Icecream Dream © 8/28/2013
354. Christmas Poems: The Truth About Santa© 11/24/2013
355. Poetry For Children: Homework © 4/26/2013
356. Poetry For Children: Flying Airplanes © 8/23/2013
357. A Mermaid's Tale © 4/21/2014
358. Poetry For Children: Happy Teachers' Day! © 9/2/2013
359. Christmas Poems: Lost Gift © 12/9/2014
360. Butterfly © 9/10/2015

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Best Poem of Roann Mendriq

Poetry For Children: Mother And The Mouse ©

My Mother is not the sort of Mum
who'll squeal and faint and shiver,
Darkness doesn't scare her,
When it thunders she won't quiver!

When I decide to play up
she fixes me with a stare,
One flashing look from her big eyes,
and I just don't care to dare!

So it was with shock, one morning,
when I woke up from a dream,
To hear my valiant, mighty Mum,
let out a high-pitched scream!

I raced to see her perched up high,
upon the kitchen sink,
Squealing like a baby bat,
Right on the edge, the brink.

I asked her what the matter...

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Behind the walls of frosted glass,
trapped within palladium rooms,
I stopped to hear the beckoning,
an impending sense of wicked doom.

I lifted up my eyes to search,
I turned to see what insight sought,
and knew that I should ponder first,
Should I or should I naught?

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