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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Carrot Thief....a poem by mary ellen



The carrot thief is cunning. Always hopping always running.
His big eyes alert to danger. Looking out for every stranger.
Every night he hops to town. Hops up the streets and down.
Up and down til almost froze, looking for a nose.
A nose of great distinction that will keep him from extinction.
You see the winter has been cold. The forecast had foretold
A winter full of flurries. Full of trouble, full of worries.
Blizzards and avalanches. Lots of snow on all the branches.
In the town in all the houses, live the kids and men and spouses.
Drinking hot chocolate by a fire near a tree that they admire.
Sparkling trinkets catch his eyes through the window where he spies.
Then bundled up in woolen coats with scarves around their throats
They gather in the snow, neath Christmas lights aglow.
Where together and with much glee they build a snowman for all to see.
The carrot thief is hiding. Quietly abiding.
Waiting for his chance he does a little dance.
The snowman’s eyes are bright and his smile a welcome sight.
They take out the carrot nose and finally put it where it goes.
The thief waits until they retire back inside warmed by the fire
And up to the snowman steals the carrot for his meals.
He stops for a short time contemplates his nosey crime.
Then feeling a little like a rat, he takes the scarf and hat.


14 comments:

  1. Too too cute! I love your little poem about the carrot thief!

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  2. Awwww Mary Ellen you outdid yourself again...ADORABLE!!! TY!!! :)

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  3. Thank you so much for being so kind as to share your art with us. I love all of it.

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  4. Mary Ellen, these 2 digis are so funny. Did you write a poem with these? Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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  5. Another wonderful poem....a darling story in poetry. I have an idea with the two images and the poem...perhaps on a swing card...flip it card. Hummm...perhaps I can find the time this morning. It will have to be CAS but I'm going to try.

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  6. I always look forward to seeing your digis and love the added bonus of reading your poems. Thanks for sharing! Happy Holidays!

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  7. Just love it! thank you for adding the poem, they brought a smile to our faces.
    x

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  8. You have many talents! So cute - thank you!

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  9. I enjoyed the poem. Thank you. Edwina Brown

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  10. Wonderful poem & image, love it! Thanks so much!

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  11. Brilliant poem and image! As a bunny mum I love things like this, thank you. :)

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  12. I love the poem with these digis. I can see you doing a hardboard children's Christmas book with these.

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