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Early Poetry By Mom Kat

Updated on September 26, 2012
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My Early Works:

These are poems I wrote a long time ago. They have stayed in my memory even after I got them out on paper. You'll be able to see the development over time and the change in my mood/tone.

I'm not saying they are award winning by any means. They are simply building blocks that have led me closer to where I am today in my writing style and ability. Enjoy!

The Wish

* This piece was written when I was 12 years old.

I was sitting on my couch one night, thinking about love

Then I saw a pretty sight, a star fall from above

I thought of many wishes, and knowing what to do

I chose the greatest wish of all, I'm glad that wish was you

Hounds of Hell

* This piece was written when I was 16 years old.

Demons fighting, hounds of hell

Goodness is dying, hundreds have fell

To the will of evil bidding

Don't you think that it is fitting

All you find in this world is as dark as a bloody moon

Killing, stealing, crazy men; the end is coming soon

When it will stop I do not know, but one thing is for sure

For the few good things that we have left

We must fight to keep them pure

Chaos

* This piece was written when I was 17 years old.

Chaos subsides to the changing of tides

When the calm winds sweep, and the thunderstorms sleep

When the full moon cries a blanket of stars for the skies

And the unholy finally rest

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    • TeachableMoments profile image

      TeachableMoments 4 years ago from California

      Beautiful poems. A fabulous writer starts off young. Thanks for sharing. Voted up.

    • Mom Kat profile image
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      Mom Kat 4 years ago from USA

      My mom has my really early works stashed away in her garage somewhere... lol... She has kept them since I began writing stories & poems at age 5.

      Thanks TeachableMoments!

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