Poems about Animals

Picking fruit and swimming in the trees Spending time with family Until the day of depravity   
I hide behind this curtain and sing But on the stage that’s not me
If I could be free I would fly away, Away to as far as the eye could see.
Theseus’s paradox raises the question If a ship’s parts are replaced as they rot
Doggies. Very loyal. They are human's prime friends. Do not cause any harm to them. Canines.
A pack of bulls charge Toward a big red curtain. They fall from a cliff.
after Marina and the Diamonds  
after Marina and the Diamonds  
A dry pile of hay Horses chew with their strong jaws Breaking so much wind
To survive another day is a lifestyle; We don't live anymore, not when we have to keep our eyes open

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