The Snake

The Snake
Photo Credit: T S @anna99t

By: Kaitlin White/Junior Writer

Sammy saw a slimy snake

She screamed and scurried

She saw how sad the snake seemed

She snuck back up to the snake

Scary as it seemed

Surprisingly the snake stayed still

She sat down slowly

Still a little shaky

Stayed put the snake stayed

Sammy stared at the snake

Slowly realizing he was not so scary

She noticed the snake started to slither

Still however, the snake stayed by Sammy

She was no longer spooked

She grew comfortable with the snake

Sammy remained still

She was overcoming her fear of snakes

Sadly the snake slithered away from Sammy

Still there she sat

So proud that she was no longer scared.

 

Please note: Kaitlin White is the author is this poem. Check out some of her other pieces here!

 

Madison Welsted
Madison will be a young graduate at 17, but she is looking forward to finishing her senior year of high school. In the future, she plans to earn her master's degree in a major related to psychology, as she aspires to become a one-on-one counselor. She works at Subway and babysits to help save money. In her free time, she likes to read, write, and talk to people, so journalism is a topic of interest to her for sure.

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