Thursday, 18 April 2013

When I was...

When I was...

When I was five, I learnt how to write my name in many ways and in many colours.
When I was nine, I insisted on making my own bed, my mum said, 'Go ahead.'
When I was ten, I won a Twist dancing competition and had to dance again with the winning boy!
When I was eleven, I got my first cycle and started to enjoy playing my granddad's piano.
That was also the time I became more serious about school and less serious about boys.
When I was twelve I sang in a choir performing to the public and I cried afterwards.

(18th poem for NaPoWriMo)

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