Treasure Island

JoJo Bean


Why Nessie Is So Shy


Why Nessie Is So Shy


We all know Nessie is a shy old sort
For over the centuries there's been only a few reports
But sighting of the Inverness beast
Over the years have decreased

Well I found out the reason why
Why Nesso is so shy
Someone played a prank on her
That's why she is seen as a blur

She fears a beast is running her down
She swims deeper in hopes it'll drown
But every time she comes to the top
She peeks over her shoulder and her heart stops

There staring right back to defy
Is another pair of scary eyes
She panics swimming round the Lochs
Not knowing it's only a sock


12 Aug 2008


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Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2008

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