Lucy Doyles

(Great Yarmouth, UK)

The Squirrel In The Wood - Poem by Lucy Doyles

The squirrels climb up and down
where the trees stay on the ground
Their coats are grey with their fluffy tails
as shinny as a steeled nail

The squirrels come out to get some food
some times when they're in the mood
To pick up nuts from the hiding place
and take them back to there base

When winter comes an they hibernate
in their homes where they mate
Till the spring finally comes
out they come and have some fun

Raise a family as big as can be
where they are in the trees
The baby squirrels are a growing
their fluffy coats are a glowing
The little squirrels in the trees

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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