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A lizard in my house

A lizard under the cupboard scared my mother screams, fears, and cries filled the air. I followed the tiny creature, wherever it went. It ran under the bed, the sofa, and the dining table, as if playing the game while maintaining social distancing My mother looked at my father for rescue-mission, He came up with the broom, To throw the little gecko out of the room, Slowly and steadily, tiny creature went out of the house My mother gets a sigh as the lizard is out, and I also get solace as screams, fear, and cries gone off air.

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Date: 5/26/2020 7:52:00 PM
namasthe. good poem. some nice rhythm and rhyme. make they consistent, or math in each stanza, as U look at a sonnet, for learning purpose of iambic pentameter. Good topic, and humorous. ThanX. Dr. Deo
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