Strayed Poem by Sidi Mahtrow

Strayed



They always played together
Stayed together,
Now they're gone
Didn't even say, 'so long.'

Just after the evening meal
They went out side, No big deal.
Cause they usually returned
After the heat of day, spurned.

The two with earrings in both ears
(Not much more to distinguish them from their peers.)
So they slipped away
Some thought it was to play.

But when the morning sun arose
Their beds were cold that shows
They hadn't slept there at home
But were for sure, long gone.

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Strayed - 2 heifers

About 400 pounds, small numbered tags in both ears
East of MJ Road, North of Clay Gully
Myakka City

If found, please call --

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