A Tale of Toadstool forest
A charming little caterpillar named Morris
who lived in a quiet toadstool forest.
While out for a stroll,
used his parasol,
to hide from a big bird named Horace.
Morris quite a chap, very cheeky
would stay still while Horace was peeking.
Just as Horace would blink,
Morris would shrink
to the size of an ant, small and sneaking.
Now Horace`s eyes they deceived him
as he stared with a glare over t` brim.
What was there before,
was Morris no more
and he thought to himself things look grim.
So Horace flew off in a huff,
while Morris gave a sigh and a puff.
Saying," twas a close call for me, I was almost his tea."
"I´ll go home now, for today that´s enough".
Poetry by Suzanne Karbach
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