Poems by C Cattaway

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  • Through my window, I can see
    A world that isn't pleasing me...

  • Friendship is something that cannot be broken.
    Honesty's wanted, but often unspoken...

  • The rain is falling down on me
    But only silver raindrops fall...

  • Lying on concrete, the flower thrives.
    New hope, every time strangers walk by...

  • Quietly, she walks alone,
    And gently tilts her head...

  • To each, and every one of you
    Who read each word I write...

  • The clock said to the teapot,
    'Hey, I'm hanging on the wall...

  • Did you ever fall down a hole, and bump your head?
    Did you cuddle with your teddy when you went to...

  • Christmas comes, but once a year.
    We raise a glass. We're filled with cheer...

  • In Flanders field, as the poem of old
    Has taught us, for years the story it told...

  • I've been in love, a thousand times
    Down cobbled streets of pages...