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Into the World

Updated on July 30, 2016

In the midst of November,
I was inside my mother.
Nearing the end of the month,
I will now meet my father.

I was finally born,
And the world was sweet.
My parents right beside me,
Watching me fall asleep.

It didn’t take too long,
They figured something’s wrong.
I was then too loud, too noisy,
To make their sleep super cozy.

I was then sent to my aunt,
Who then put my priorities in front.
Slowly growing was my size,
My baby food, now not suffice.

My infancy was near over,
I could on top of their shoulder.
Moving on to life’s next stage,
No more trapped in a baby cage.

This is a short introductory poem, I will soon be releasing a compilation of all these poems that would depict a story. Stay updated and happy reading!

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      Ricsoon Radam 14 months ago from Philippines

      Hi Surabhi, I'm happy that you've enjoyed it. Stay tuned for I am writing the poem that follows this :)

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      Surabhi Kaura 14 months ago

      Interesting poem. Enjoyed it!

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      Ricsoon Radam 14 months ago from Philippines

      @Frank Atnacio: Hi, as you have probably noticed, I am very new to HubPages. With that said, I don't know how to reply to comments. Either there is a button to reply or what I'm doing right now is correct thing, I would like to thank you for putting time into reading this :) I'm glad that you liked it, it just inspires me to write even more! Have a good day!

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      Frank Atanacio 14 months ago from Shelton

      this was actually pretty damn good.. awesome