I’ve mentioned before that I wanted to be a writer all throughout junior high and most of high school. It’s also been something that I’ve had in the back of my mind as “something I want to do someday”. I’ve decided that although I’m busy, I’m going to try to write a little bit every week.
I’m working on my new book series right now, but I plan on writing a few short stories that I’ll publish here in the interim. I also wanted to post a few old poems and short stories I wrote when I was a kid. This next poem is one of them.
I wrote “Yellow” when I was 12. It was my favorite color at the time, and I was a very romantic girl. 🙂
Soft as sunshine in the morn
Soft along the river’s waves
In the darkest was yellow born
A moonlight path for you it paves
Strong enough to draw you in
Yet soft enough to let you out
Look at yellow once again
Let its colorful significance shout
See? Very idyllic. Please remember I was only 12. Haha!