Daniel McCann

Rookie - 0 Points (18/09/1991 / Manchester)

Baby Kate - Poem by Daniel McCann

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Kate closes the door
falls to her bedroom floor
kate cant even stand
the results in her hand

Kate closes her eyes
sees happiness she tries
to see a new world
but theres a worried girl

A girl stood staring
showing concern, caring
her heart is broken
looks up her eyes open

Kate picks herself up
a nightmare kate is shook
sees her reflection
then she asks a question

Can i get through this?
it was also her whish
can this pain be gone?
but kate doesnt respond

Puts on her lipstick
she had been feeling sick
so she took the test
kates chronicaly depressed

Posative results
kate took many insults
through out her life time
now isnt the right time

A jobs on the way
to give kate better pay
but kate can not work
it is over for her

Kate sits in her room
mayby a baby soon
kates next door neighber
kates neighbers in laber

Kates neighbers baby
is so small its crazy
the test was posative
kate never had a kid

Kate only whishes
that she could have a kid
that she could just live
kates test was posative

Just a simple smear
cancer and it was clear
kate didnt want
anyone to hear

The neighbers baby
came home it was crazy
police were everywhere
ambulances were there

At exacly seven
kate went to heaven
but for what its worth
a new baby girl
named after kate
came down to earth
and when kate went to heaven
baby kate was born
at exacly seven.


Comments about Baby Kate by Daniel McCann

  • Rookie Sarrah Ibrahim (11/26/2012 5:26:00 PM)

    This is the kinda poems I liiikes! As a way to reflect and deal with life: } Thank you: ] (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie Ashley Bachtel (10/21/2011 11:21:00 AM)

    This is really good, but really sad: ( (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Tami Alshamsi (4/28/2011 10:13:00 AM)

    nice story, awesome poem. good work (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 15, 2011



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