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Square Poems 30: Groundhog Acrostic
David Harris (18 June 1945 / Bradfield, England)

Square Poems 30: Groundhog Acrostic

Good prognosticator of weather?
Ridiculous, is what I would say.
Old wives' tales, disregard forever,
Unless they've been proven in some way.
Not much is special about this guy.
Dislikes humans and is very shy.
He's known as woodchuck, too, did you know?
Or rock chuck; depends on where he dwells.
Get close, you'll discover that he smells.

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Comments (3)

Your right they should leave them be... A subject you care about David, it comes out in your poem...10
No one should violate their resting place. It is greed and thoughtlessness. Lovely sentiments David. Love and hugs Ernestine XXX
I agree.....leave them to the sea........