Cally A. Nixon

Rookie (9-17-93 / Kansas)

Winter Terror - Poem by Cally A. Nixon

As the days grow shorter and nights longer,
the rabbits change color and the foxes change too...
While trappers grow excited,
to go out and get a few.

This is because the change of color,
and the money for pelts...
Some make the fur and skin into,
fancy leather belts.

During winter rabbits and foxes,
need to run and hide...
If they were caught,
you'd bet they died.


Family can be difficult,
sometimes even hard...
Either way you always get,
a birthday card.

You may disagree,
wtih Mom or Dad...
Then you might remember,
all the good times you've had.

You'll start to cry,
and then they say...
'A family we are,
a family we'll stay.'

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 24, 2010

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