A Poem by Mason Watts

this is from a writing prompt I did today.



The ringing of the bells

Bells, bells, bells, bells,

Does it a great story tell

With the moaning and groaning of the bells

The bells, bells, bells, bells.


The bells are ring, ring, ringing

And ring, ring, ringing.

To a little song they are singing

As they begin ring, ring, ringing

Begin ring, ring, ringing.


To the moaning and groaning of the bells,

The bells, bells, bells

The bells in the tower

Ringing and ringing and ringing and ringing

Marking the death of another

With the toll of the bells, bells

The bells, bells, bells.

© 2010 Mason Watts

Author's Note

Mason Watts
the line that says "the moaning and groaning of the bells" is from a poem called the Bells by Edgar allan Poe. The prompt was to write a poem using a line in your poem from another poem. so here it is.

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Added on June 5, 2010
Last Updated on June 5, 2010


Mason Watts
Mason Watts

Rock Hill, SC

I'm a thirteen year old writer, hoping that someday that he will become a young accomplished writer with a lot of novel published and even more un-published. I have friends but none have a great (or g.. more..

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