Diane R. Simon

(Chandler, Arizona, USA)

Coyote - Poem by Diane R. Simon

Large pointed ears, bushy tail,
Strong feet and legs, and what a wail!
Good hearing, smell, and claws,
Look out for those powerful jaws.
Walk, stop, pounce on prey,
That's your routine every day.
Ravenous appetite, leap real high,
You're a survivor, you won't die.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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