Poems about Animals

Prick, poke and scab my ears begin to drag
They are thoroughly domesticated- and some unfortunates are driven to the point of cowering. They will gladly beg
They must endure the twin hardships of hunger and cold, their home the frozen tundra.
She moves so swiftly her paws kissing the ground. Her eyes switching left and right trying to find prey.
deaf boy wants you to know he has a hearing family
deaf boy wants you to know he has a hearing family
    The choice I make They’re not always great Bad intentions
Rise'n from there grave & all around Shift in the ground, plus a horrible sound
Seconds away from a bad decision Lead to your death, or land you in prison What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger
When they see you, they jump with joy they say, "OH BOY!" when you are sad, they come comfort you

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