Another poem

Another poem

Hide and Seek

 

I scurry behind the body

of the tree where I can not be seen;

he follows me however, as

I cannot hide.

 

Now it is his turn – to hide

from me. Behind fluffy

grey clouds he darts; careful not to

be revealed.

 

As a natural curtain, the clouds part;

I point to him yelling ‘I’ve found

you’ and run to hide

from him again.

 

This game of hide and seek can go on

for hours and

hours and

hours; until I get tired.

 

My parents ask with who I am playing.

‘No one’ – I tell them. They reply with

a nod and they believe me;

he doesn’t want his secret revealed.

 

Because little do they know that

I have really been playing

hide and seek with the

moon.

-M

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