A Poem By Keri // 5/20/2010


Poem 1:
I have no real children
I have many, many dolls
But dolls are not real children
They do not cry at all
I have no real children
I have stuffed animals galore
But stuffed animals are not real children
When their breakfast no one pours
I have no real children
I have a little sister dear
But she is not really my child
It’s me she doesn’t head
I have no real children
I have darling cat
But he is not a real child
He obeys too well for that
I might have real children
My children are my works
For they demand most of me
And love me in return
Poem 2
Every waking moment
A poem or tale cries to me
So I open my writer
And feed it, keep it growing
When I am feeding it,
It heads my direction well
But often it wants go on its own
Won’t in my direction dwell
Poem 3:
I will guard my children
Like a tigress with her cub
I will fight and protect them
Protection they’ll have enough
If anyone tries to take a child
A child that is mine
They will face the consequences
And I shall laugh about their whines
I admit that I neglect my children
I ignore them for a bit
But they are taken care of
While I am out of it
I love all my children
But they give me some white hairs
This is figuratively spoken
Else, at 17 I’d get stares
When I am not nurturing a child,
There is one in my mind
I have no real children
But my stories and poems are a kind


Your children are wonderful

Your children are wonderful :)

E | Thu, 05/20/2010

"You were not meant to fit into a shallow box built by someone else." -J. Raymond

I love your children. Also

I love your children. Also you. You all are simply super <3

Ariel | Thu, 05/20/2010

"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

I must make a horrid mother

 I forgot all about my essays!! Now I know how my mother felt when she left my little sister at church (she forgot about her)!

Anyway, thank you darlings

Keri | Thu, 05/20/2010

Me too

And they're as annoying as children sometimes...I have to make bargains with them.

Julie | Thu, 05/20/2010

Formerly Kestrel


Those poems were so cute!!! I love them! (And your children!)


Kendra | Tue, 05/25/2010

"Are you sure this water is sanitary? It looks questionable to me! But what about bacteria?"--Tantor the elephant from Tarzan.


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