Treasure Island

Bree Balzly

(June 8 / Utah)

Silly Snake


Slithering the silly snake
The snake slithered all through the house
Out the back door and into the garden
Like a sneaky fox
Without being noticed
Not by a mouse nor a hawk
With eyes of a magnifying glass
Slithering to the garden
For the snake
All it wanted was a snack
Of a tasty bunny
The bunny was too smart for the snake
Hip-pity hop-pity in and around without getting caught
By the silly snake
The bunny aware of the snake made a ruckus
Hip-pity hop-pity up and around
The snake was not a sneaky fox no more
The hawk eyed the snake
Swooping down
The hawk caught the snake
For the hawk all it wanted was a quick snack

Submitted: Monday, July 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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