Feel that heat? The warmth? The sun? That’s where our light’s coming from! Creatures crawling, Spiders bawling, We cannot live without the sun. That definitely won’t be fun. Because when the sun sets Darkness comes.
The River, the Brook, Like a siren it hums, Calling for creatures, To drink and have fun, Little did the lake feature An alligator on the hunt For a snack, Perhaps a child Will come across his path. Lesson: Beware of the Siren’s Song It’s danger, it’s wrong About the Poem; In a small villageContinue reading “Beware of the Water’s Call- a poem”
A howl echoes through the night, The next morning, the father was gone, The story the mother told her children was wrong, After years if famine, he was not strong, Not enough to return home, On the night where the zombies roam
One hundred young Born to be slaves Yet certainly not All of their days Captured unaware Certainly unfair Yet, revenge is near So beware, all who now hear Overthrow the captor Gain freedom right away Beware of your “children”, old hag, You for sure shall not stay