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The Owl And The Fieldmouse

Rating: 5.0

The owl ventured out from his barn perch
to search the forest floor.
To get some fresh air and exercise
and some fresh food for to score.
When all at once he saw a mouse
who looked just like the winner.
Thinking if he acted swiftly enough.
He would have his dinner.

The mouse was foraging near his home

amongst the leaves and clutter.
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POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Just once in a while, with a bit of luck and some guile, the little guy wins. never give up, even when the odds are stacked against you.
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
John Brown 02 November 2012

And if the owl had caught the mouse, he would have had a more meagre dinner. Nice poem Mark

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Karen Sinclair 29 October 2012

Lovely scene provided by your work to provoke much thought... i really enjoy visual pieces so much...tyvm karen

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Hazel Durham 28 October 2012

Great poem, so heart-warming with the wise message, to never give up in this life, because more often than not it can change for the better!

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Valerie Dohren 28 October 2012

Some you win, some you lose - a great metaphor for life. Excellent write.

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Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi 24 October 2012

a thought provoking poem! nice!

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Loaded with lovely lessons is this creative and compelling composition!

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M Asim Nehal 08 January 2016

Nice one, never give up and fight till the end is the sublime message.

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R.j. Wynn 13 June 2013

Great poetry my friend, check out Cluck, Cluck.

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Diane Hine 17 December 2012

There's a lot to be said for being small and speedy. Great description- teriffic!

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Lyn Paul 13 December 2012

Sweet work Mark. Forget the Owl and the Pussy cat. When is the Owl and the Mouse movie coming out. Thank You

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