Category Archives: poetry

  1. Interlude: Happy as a Child

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    13 November, 2018 by katelaity

    Happy as a child! A state we long to reach. Simplicity and love The lessons that we preach. Yet when …
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  2. Interlude: Mermaid Tales

    30 October, 2018 by katelaity

    I wouldn’t steer you wrong, my dearie, But I see the way you yearn. You think that men are fascinating …
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  3. Interlude: Fairy Woods

    16 October, 2018 by katelaity

    Do not go into the fairy woods Though their logs burn long and hot; You might flee a vengeful sprite …
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  4. Interlude: Worms

    21 August, 2018 by katelaity

    WORMS Listen now, my dearie-o Worms will eat you when you go. It’s no use to fuss and cry, Grubs …
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  5. Interlude: A Devil Despairs

    8 May, 2018 by katelaity

    A devil climbed aloft from the fiery world below, Hoping to sow discord between every fine fellow; Meeting first a …
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  6. Interlude: The Woman from Neasden

    20 March, 2018 by katelaity

    There was a young woman from Neasden, Who inherited an old cheddar cheese tonne. She rolled it uphill To the …
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  7. Interlude: Ritual for Irritation

    6 February, 2018 by katelaity

    Take Gammer Gurton’s Needle And stick it in your eye! Collect the Roister Doister And push him in a stye. …
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  8. Interlude: New Monster

    28 November, 2017 by katelaity

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    The New Monster The new monster takes some adjustment; It thrives on fresh pine nuts and gin. Its scales are …
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  9. Interlude: The Bogey Owl

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    14 November, 2017 by katelaity

    THE BOGEY OWL Child, you must sleep through the night. Forget your fears, turn out that light! For those who …
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  10. Interlude: The Caterpillar

    31 October, 2017 by katelaity

    THE CATERPILLAR Consider the poor caterpillar: Its voice is so very much shriller That when it desires to be heard …
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