Toy Train

(This poem can be read two ways; read the bottom two lines to find out more!)

***

You know I hold no grudge, it’s not as though
You broke my precious train set just for fun.
I know you meant no harm. I’d never go:
I simply can’t forgive what you have done.
For you are so mature that no one states
You act your age at only six years old!
I never think you’d act like we aren’t mates;
I never thought you’d be that brash and bold.
You did not know the truth. I cannot say
You knew I only got it just last week.
I saw your disappointment and dismay
You watched a tear roll slowly down my cheek.
It’s merely just a toy. I’d never state
Our many years as buddies have to end.
In fact, I think this day’s made us best mates,
And so, you will no longer be my “friend.”

***

But no. I’ve reassessed. That train was mine.
So now, go back and read each second line.

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Interview with Robbie Yates — Books, Reviews, et al by Shalini

Recently I teamed up with the AMAZING FANTASTIC WONDERFUL PHENOMENAL BRILLIANT Shalini from Digital Reads Blog Tours who ran a seamless blog tour in promotion of Daniel Daniels and the World’s Worst Zoo. If you’re interested, please check out her interview below.

Today I have the sweetest author Robbie Yates here with me, at the end of this blog tour. I am feeling a bit sentimental, a bit nostalgic. It was so fun working and communicating with Robbie 1) Tell me something about yourself. Who is Robbie Yates and what does Robbie Yates do in real life? […]

via Interview with Robbie Yates — Books, Reviews, et al by Shalini

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