The Secret Door

September 26, 2012
By Imanii BRONZE, Detroit, Michigan
Imanii BRONZE, Detroit, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably why so many don't do it. -Henry Ford

Let me tell you a story
About a little girl named Lory……………

Her name was Lory Alamory,
Born in 1866,
She loved to play with nature tools,
Like rocks, mud and sticks.
She was an adventure type of girl
Who loved to run and play.
“Let’s go outside and have some fun!”
She would always say.
She acted as if she was a hunter
And she always enjoyed to explore.
But one day she wandered to far from home
And found a secret door……….

As Lory opened the door
She saw no light at all.
She screamed to the top of her lungs!
There was something hairy and tall!
The door quickly slammed shut behind her,
And she was never seen again.
But I know the story behind the scenes,
Cause that’s not all my friend……

The monster in the door was once a human,
That was very nice and caring,
It loved to play and have a good time
With its’ friends? who were very daring!
They dared the mean old monster
To go in the secret door.
It was covered in vines and leaves
The darkness grew more and more…
When it opened the secret door
It was very muddy and stinky.
Black ooze ran down its walls;
Ultra oily and inky.

The monster’s so -called friends locked the door,
And no one has seen it anymore…..

But whatever happened to little miss lorry?
Did the monster gobble her up?
Did it smash her into a smoothie?
And kept her secretly in a cup?
This story is a mystery…
What? You want to solve this case?
Then you’ll have to go in the secret door,
But it’s a horrible place!

But how do I know all these facts about the secret door?
Well I’m about to tell YOU one fact more:

The reason I know
About ‘little miss Lory’,
About the secret door,
And about the monster story,

Is because I am the monster! And I’ll give you a fright!
So keep your eyes open all through the night!!

The author's comments:
Its about a girl who loved to find new things, but not all new things are worth finding....

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allygally22 said...
on Oct. 1 2012 at 3:06 pm
omh this is the greatest little kid poem ever! and rhymes and it tells a good story! Thumbs up!


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