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My Imaginary Pet

August 30, 2013

If I had an imaginary pet, it would be
the smartest thing you have ever met!

Creative Writing by Kids
By Aadya Verma
Imaginary Pet

It would be a cat, no, it would be a dog

If I had an imaginary pet with me,
I would sing and dance with glee,
It would be a cat,
No it would be a dog,
Or maybe, a mix of that!

It would be good,
It would be nice,
I think we should include mice!
If I had an imaginary pet, it would be
the smartest thing you have ever met!

It would talk to me,
It would have my room’s key,
It would be fond of blues,
In pop quizzes,it would give me clues!

While driving it would act like a road hog
I think,It would be a mix of a cat, mouse, and a dog!
So now see what I mean?
Wouldn’t it be the weirdest thing you have ever seen ???

About the Author

Aadya Verma is 12 years old. She is a student of class VII. She is a sports enthusiast and likes basketball, athletics and cycling. She is a part of a cycling group and does long distance on-road and off-road cycling. She has been a student of Kathak for three years, and is an active participant in theatre and music activities in her school.

 

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3 thoughts on “My Imaginary Pet

  • Madhu Verma

    A lovely imaginary poem by a sweet girl!!

    She has used the good rhymes while creating a poem….The best line of the poem I like is

    “While driving it would act like a road hog
    I think, It would be a mix of a cat, mouse, and a dog!”

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