Two Little Animals

Two little animals
Snuggled down in bed
And the one with the furry ears
Played with the other
Until she stretched and flew
Out of the window
And circled round the lakes
Before returning for more.

Then the one with the legs
That are not everyday
Embraced the other
Mouth on mouth,
And waterfalls cascaded down
Until the whole room was awash.
Then back to sleep they went,
As safe as safe. The End.

Louise Tee

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