Randal Weston

(Rushville, Indiana)

Big Foot - Poem by Randal Weston

Not frequently seen; he has many sobriquets
Huge and excerable, some have claimed him to be
Enigmatical and hermitical seem to be his ways
As he moves and saunters somewhat stoically.

Some have serious doubts and do not believe
That such an erie creature even exists
Still, others ignore what they can't conceive
But his validity certainly attracts much gist

Of his particular origin, no one really knows
Although,to be some unknown primate, he appears
With more study and research, biologists may disclose
This legend's identity and rid us of our fears

If big foot truly lurks around our forests and farms,
It is obviously evident that he means us no harm.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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