Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Words in Motion 2014- Feature Poem of the Day for National Poetry Month

My Dragon

There’s a dragon in my basement.
But nobody knows,
But, nobody, knows.

There’s a dragon in my basement,
He’s blue with black spots on the back of his wings,
Bucky has fiery breathe, is huge and sings.

There’s dragon in my basement,
Every morning, he wakes me and up and it’s me he greets,
Sometimes when mom and dad are out, he uses his fiery breath to cook me treats,
When his dragon friend’s come over to play, they sneak around and play hide and seek.

There’s a dragon in my basement,
He has the warmest fur underneath his wings,
At night if I’m cold, it is a blanket he brings,
I love him very much, he treats me like I’m a king,
There is just one problem, he’s invisible, that’s the thing,

There’s a dragon in my basement,
But nobody knows,
And nobody knows because, he is invisible.

Nandii Kuzatjike
Grade 3
Father Turcotte School

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