Wednesday, 20 July 2011

The Truth

Hi all!!!¡¡¡!!!

I've written a new poem.

It's not great but it's almost OK.
I hope…



I know what happened,
I was there,
I saw it all,
You can't deny it,

In the shadows,
You'd not care,
But someone else did,
Me that's right.

I saw the claw,
Begin to fall,
It's sharpened point gleamed,
Then slit its throat.

A mouse was there,
An innocent mouse,
You murdered it,
You louse!

I shan't admit it,
But inside,
As I saw it killed,
Something else died,

A part of me,
The part that keeps me up,
When I'm feeling down,
That says.

Everything will be fine,
No one will be hurt,
But now the truth,
Has shattered that hope.

Us cats have always stuck together,
Now it's different,
You've changed,
And not for the better.



Pyro.

3 comments:

  1. LOL I LOVE IT!
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!
    It's fantastic and delightful Pyro!
    I'm so glad you posted it!
    WELL DONE MY FRIEND!

    REG

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  2. Pyro, that's a BRILLIANT poem! Seriously! Awesome-sauce-ness! I LOVED it!!! :D

    [by the way, and you can ignore this if you want to because it's just the annoying grammatical person in me speaking, but it would be "WE cats have always stuck together," rather than, "Us cats have always stuck together,"
    The way to know if it's supposed to be We or Us is to to take away the thing. For instance, "We girls sat around the campfire." You'd take away the girls and say "We sat around the campfire." You know because you wouldn't say "Us sat around the campfire."
    An example of "us" would be, "They told us workers to go home." Take away the workers and you have, "They told us to go home."
    Makes sense, right?
    ... Anyway.... moving on]


    I enjoyed that poem :D
    Can't wait for another one!

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