At Dawn And Dusk

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
We really do have bats in the garden and one really did get indoors.

Submitted: August 02, 2016

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At Dawn And Dusk

In the dawn or in the dusk
When it becomes less light,
That is when it seems to be
The time that you take flight.

You fly around the garden
And all around the trees,
Swooping high and diving low,
Forget about the breeze.

You soar around the meadow,
You zoom between the sheds.
If we happen to be out
We have to watch our heads.

Remember, once you got indoors
And caused an awful racket
Until morning when you went to sleep
Clinging to a jacket.

 In appearance you're a funny thing,
A sort of hybrid rat
If it wasn't for those leathery wings,
You are, of course, a bat.

I do not wish you any harm
But listen, don't you see,
If you go flying round my head
You sure are stressing me.

So try to keep your distance
At start or end of night,
We can exist in harmony
If you stay out of sight.

 


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