As flies flutter
And bees buzz
The assembly of white fluff lays
Every now and then
His pure pink ears
Stir from the busy barking from the yapping dog
Until the clunk!
Of the silver metal lock slides
Going to and from the bright brown hutch
Immediately the fluffy ball scales its way
Up the metal bars
Like a ward up a gloomy cave wall
A slight gush of nippy wind rushes in,
The layer of bright blue blanket sky
Becomes as clear as water in your eye.
As quick as a flash the dollop of ice cream
Landed all paws down
He was free!
by Quinley Davies (10)
Competition - Poetry Detectives
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