Monsters Everywhere - Poem by Hm. Nes
Twixt the forest and the sea-
'The monster, ' some say, 'keeps to the water! '
While others claim, 'The trees! '
But I have seen him quit the seashore, and
I have watched his forest leave.
No doubt he haunts whichever suits him-
One day woodlands, the next mid-sea.
So you who fear sea-monsters most,
Beware his path along the coast.
And ne'er forget his forest lair,
You who fear him mostly there.
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