The Random Animals

March 2, 2010
By MomoHinamori BRONZE, Cave Junction, Oregon
MomoHinamori BRONZE, Cave Junction, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
Don't judge me, I'm crazy.

The wild rose kissed the tough rock,
while the blind tree laughed at them.
A jumpy cat sang to the unknown,
and believed he heard it speak.

The bright fearful duck whispered to the soft little vole.
The kind grasshopper took in the fluffy squirrel.
A bumble bee bruised the furry cactus.
While the respectful cougar slept with the small lamb.

The squeaky chair fell on the rat, who fell in to the ocean.
The colorful peacock chased the small dog,
into the cow pasture.

When the darkness covered over the sky,
and love disappeared off the Earth.
Romance was no longer part of Pluto.
The cool night ends all suffering.

The author's comments:
My first poem... Its a random poem, so its not to make sense... Haha, i think it was funny and kind of lame...

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