Saturday, February 21, 2015

Two Owl Poems

Two Owl Poems

By Simon G. Slider
Age 12

In the darkest depths of night
Where only the moon sheds light,
Out come the owls, night stalkers,
Strange to us two-leg walkers.


Looking for some prey to eat 
An owl thinks mice is a treat 
And when he spots a skitter
He swoops; and hoots no twitter.

(original and unedited)

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Yvonne Blake said...

Great imagery, Simon.

Brett Glidden said...

I really like it.

Brett Glidden