natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine
Shy Doe - Poem by natasha LaTulip aka Gpsi MoonShine
There was a female elk in my backyard. Such a graceful sight to indure.
So peaceful for the moment she stands, and so fascinating for sure. So beautiful
does she stand, with her fawn silk coat and her doe eyes. I wonder if she's a mother
and where do they ley. So wonderful to see her presence, so reasuring to the soul-
But in all of nature's beauties, this is the one place her grace should not go.
How did she make it over the hills, and jump around the cars, so far from safety,
blanketed by the stars. So close to danger, and so far from home. I wish her another
night of life, to where ever she may roam. Find your way back elk girl, find the cover
of the trees. Your next crossing away from the hills- could be the eyes of death that
you see. Give this creature room to grow, don't run her from her place. Let her glory
graze again, for life's sake.
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