“A fox is tricky!”
Animals in the forest turned picky.
Hearing it, I feel fuzzy,
I wish to kick those who are bossy.
Tigers prowl about their den,
A rooster woos a charming chicken,
A girl squeezes her teddy bear’s ear,
Trooping along the river are teenage deer.
I’m a fix who holds my vexations,
I depend on my sixth sense to detect relations,
Stop pulling my tail,
Remove your unfitting pail.
Do you know the grains of dust in my dinning table?
Is any one of them worth your trouble?
My master is invisible and forceful,
You’re got to be smart and careful!
This is written for Free Write Fridays at Magic in The Backyard: