Dinosaur Lake

February 12, 2018
By Brie SILVER, Exeter, New Hampshire
Brie SILVER, Exeter, New Hampshire
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They call her Dino for her shape
Oh how she wishes to hide in a cape
Next to where the tree grows
The river has her lows
No longer wide and flowing
No fancy fish for showing

But hey, this isn’t so scary
Though the squirrels may be hairy
And the birds may be shy
They always says hi
When passing by
That tree isn’t such a bad guy

With the sun shining down
I'm starting to love this town
Kids come down to swim
Adults have picnics on a whim
I may be in a drought
And Tree says I should branch out
So tomorrow I shall be a cloud no doubt

The author's comments:

Inspo by a drawing from a fifth grader

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