Wednesday, December 19, 2007

One of my favorite poems goes a lil something like this:

I said to the World, "I've arrived.I, Kate Bloomfield, have come at last."

The World paid no attention.

I said to the World, "Hey World, here I am!Don't you understand?It's me, Kate Bloomfield."

The World ignored me.

I took myself into a corner.

"Guess what?" I whispered. "I made it.You know ... Kate Bloomfield."

My Self bellowed, "YeaaaAAY, Kate!"And spun six somersaults up the middle of Main Street.

The World turned.

"What did you say?" said the World.

I paid no attention.

After all, I gave it its chance.

It's not my fault that it missed me.

By Jean Little


aarond said...

Soon leave us my dear?

Even Id and Ego might be sad!

Ali's Zay said...

I guess the world can kiss kate's ass :-)

Peace and Love,

Ali's Zay (

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Eddo said...

Oooh, I like this poem, it's like something I would write myself. I always feel like people underestimate me at work. I'm like, "HELLO! I'm GOOD at this!" and no one listens. Later, I get recognized for something that is hardly important and I am disappointed. People seem to care about the dumbest things and the things that are so important are often overlooked.

Thanks for the poem! Merry Christmas!

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Stunner said...

Interesting poem.