I Danced With The Ball Of Silk - By Kitty Cotton (My Great Niece) Aged 11 (Set Of Three Poems)

Poem By Ernestine Northover

There it hung gracefully in the darkness,
So beautiful I could not resist,
I shall go to the silk ball and dance with the stars.

I used the clouds as steps and the stars formed me a ladder,
And I touch the ball,
It is so silky and as smooth as milk,
I dance all night with it.

I come back home and tell the amazing news,
But of course no-one believed me,
But, I shall treasure it as my memory for ever.
For I danced with the ball of silk!

© Kitty Cotton

Comments about I Danced With The Ball Of Silk - By Kitty Cotton (My Great Niece) Aged 11 (Set Of Three Poems)

Wonderful, Brilliant, Beautiful, , these are the discriptions for works such as you have displayed, , AWESOME Thankyou soooo much Kitty for sharing your wonderful words Love duncan X
Your great niece has a wonderful imagination, she is also a talented poet, 10 for this delighful piece, Lynda xx

Other poems of NORTHOVER

Hold You In My Smile

Sweet moment, stay with me,
and pray do not flee so soon,
Let me enjoy the bliss of that
first kiss beneath the moon.

Anywhere You Choose

With this heart I'll meet you,
With this heart I'll greet you,
Anywhere you choose.

A Gentle Voice

Speak not, to me, of mundane things,
The daily chores, which dull the mind,
But converse with a gentle voice that sings,
As if all the golden thoughts you find,

A Distant View

A distant view
Can beckon you
To dream of unknown destinations
Where life has no more regulations

A Heart Is Surely Bound

With branches coated topside white with snow.
And blue the shadows stretched along the ground.
Trees adding sharpness, a wintry view on show,
With dazzling, flickering sunshine, such can astound

A Day In The Life Of - Me!

I wake up in the morning and pull back the curtains, wide,
And look out through the window to view the world outside,
To see if the sky is blue or grey, sunny or with rain,
And see if the postman's on his way with letters that contain,