Woe Away Poem by Donald R Wolff JR

Woe Away

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Woe away. oh worried me
My house; My home;
Now in the sea

Small I am and so I need
To keep me warm; Oh woe is me

Barley time, The cold winds came
With soaking ground from so much rain
It blew and blew in a cloudburst spray
My only home, now floats away

Just then an owl passing by
He put his wingspan over I
Defying the storm with a place to hide
He said we both now, will survive

Ole owl battled on throughout the storm
There, within his feathers soft and warm
A little rabbit's comfort mattered more
Begins two friends, forevermore


Woe Away
Sunday, January 8, 2023
Topic(s) of this poem: children
MAHTAB BANGALEE 12 February 2023

There are many things in this poem about the life; just great to read; congrats for being selected the poem as POD

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Bruk Renwick 11 February 2023

This is really good!

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Smoky Hoss 11 February 2023

Former enemies find themselves united in the bond of friendship battling for life. Beautiful.

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 08 January 2023

Donald what a brilliant poem against climate change

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