Kids on Bikes / Poem

This day brings with it many hours for playing Sims, which makes me happier than it should. Also, a poem for you:

Tie, tie your laces

And don’t be afraid to fall.

Ride, ride your bike

You’ll always have me to watch over you.

You’re growing older

Please don’t forget me

When you’re riding through the world.

Hey, hey I miss you

Will you ever ride past my house again.

Say, can you hear it

The ring of my bell as I call you home.

We’re growing older

Hope I don’t forget

The way you would say my name.

As a poem this feels incomplete, but I originally wrote it as a song, and as a song I think it sounds pretty cool (if I do say so myself lol). Here’s what it looks like written down (definitely not as neat as when it’s typed).

It also says it was written on the 18th of September, which is when verse one was written, but I finished writing it yesterday 🙂

Sarah xx

By Sarah

My name is Sarah and I’m a twenty two year old who loves Jesus first and foremost, finds joy in the simple things, and appreciates a good metaphor and oxford comma.

I blog three times a week at

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