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Today’s prompt—Use run wild in a poem
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She had been one of my mothers best friends.
Her daughter was in my class at school
and one of my best friends.
But I was rarely allowed to call on her
to play out.
She lived in a street opposite ‘the cliffs’,
which when I’ve been there since,
weren’t cliffs at all,
just a steep area
and small tees
with an overgrown field above.
It was great fun scrambling around there.
“Dangerous”, my mother said,
“and those children
to run wild”/
It was great fun!
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Fun to be in places we’re not supposed to go!
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The Good Times
They used to run wild
through the meadow
laughing, their lives
carefree, until one day
it all turned to black
ash. Their city became
a burning inferno.
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