Arctic Night

May 15, 2012
The cold air brushes through the polar bear's fur

She shivers and moves into her din

The mother bear sees her cubs fast asleep

And she finds warmth when she lies next to them



The walrus awakens lying next to the rest of his family

It is still nighttime and bitterly cold

He looks at those among him to see if anyone else is awake

Then he soon lays his head back down and drifts back



The penguin curls himself tighter to his egg

The cold of the night is what awakens him

He squeezes tighter into the huddle of the other birds

The father-to-be feels the warmth and knows the egg is safe





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