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The Library - Poem

Poetry By: Hinoglue
Poetry



I was sitting in a library all by meself...


Submitted:Sep 17, 2011    Reads: 5    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


The Library

I was sitting in a library all by myself,
But then, I did notice, there was a cat on the shelf

I started to see, many things I had missed,
A slithering snake, from the books, to me, it hissed

And then an owl, fluttered through the window,
Dark and spooky, as it cast a shadow

Then a saw a little person, holding a pair of shoes,
He said to me, loud and clear, "I come, baring news."

And then I asked, what that news may be,
"The library is closed," is what he told me

I started to think, why would it would be closed today,
But then recalled, all of the animals, that came to play

So I got up from my seat, and walked out the door,
Behind me I heard, someone count to four

Then deafening music roared, and hurt my ears,
Never witnessed something so odd, in all of my years





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