mazHur Butt

Hyde Park - Poem by mazHur Butt

Once I went to the Hyde Park
I saw an eagle and a lark
arguing about who could fly
higher than the most high
when a wolf hiding nearby
grabbed them with a feeble try
the eagle was dead and the lark too
Hyde Park served as their Waterloo! !

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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