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National Poetry Day Message Poem by Alan Nicholls
Liz Brownlee ♦ October 6, 2016 ♦ 2 Comments
This amusing poem arrived about an ant! . Dear Ant, . you bit my ankle, your half-back bit my calf. So when I squash you dead, you bug! Excuse me if I laugh. . © Alan Nicholls
Dear Ant – National Poetry Day Message Poem by me!
Liz Brownlee ♦ October 6, 2016 ♦ Leave a comment
Dear Ant . Ant in your tiny, shiny coat maybe as one – insignific-ant . but gleaming, teeming, nests per acre you weigh more than all attend-ant . more than the herds of wildebeest zebra, lion, cheetah, hippo, rhino – antelope, eleph-ant . toiling, turning soil, seed distributing, earth fertilising, diversifying, decomposing, providing food to …