Snakes

The poem says it all, ". . .I think that I shall never make A poem as lovely as a snake . . ." Have fun! ~ Tiffany (also known as 'Once Dead Twice Shy')

Created by OnceDeadTwiceShy on Monday, December 31, 2012

I think that I shall never make
A poem as lovely as a snake

A snake whose mouth is opened wide
To gulp a small rodent inside

A snake that's in the leaves all night
And in the day comes up to bite

A snake that in the summer sun
May shed its skin when season's done

A snake that hibernates in snow
When winter seasons come and go

Poems are found on sites like these
But snakes are only found in trees.

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