Kay Moore


K Is For Koala - Poem by Kay Moore

High up in the forrest, hidden by leaves of green,
All day long, sound asleep, Koalas can be seen.
Mothers carry babies, clinging to their backs,
Green gum leaves, are their favourite food,
For breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Nocturnal little critters, they roam around at night.
Their claws are strong, to help them climb,
While their eyes are beady bright.
Their fur is soft and silky, while their rubbery nose is flat.
Found living in coastal forrests, is their natural habitat.
You only have to hold one, and your heart they'll steal away,
A precious little bundle, that's soft and warm and grey,
I'm told that if they like you, this is the truth you see,
Be sure to take a tissue 'cause on you they may wee! ! !

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013


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