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The Bear Who Want To Be A Fish

A bear jumped in the water
to meet up with the fish,
he wanted to be like one of them,
it was his best wishes to be.

He figured he could do it
he had everything it takes,
with whiskers on his face,
and a tail like fish you see.

He swam down to the bottom
while holding in his breath,
but soon began to gulp for air,
which may end in his death.

His heart begins to pound for air, 
as he raced back to the top,
he was determined to make it
that he wasn't going to stop.

He broke the surface with a splash
and gulped in lots of air,
He climbed up the embankment
and like he did it with care.

He ran through thick brier field,
and to his den you see,
and when he got there safely,
stopped to think about what he had done.

"I love to watch the fishes swim,
as they circle down below,
they move around so effortless
and offer quite a show."

He wanted to be like them
so he thought, in blissful glee,
but then he came to realize
It was only curiosity.

Their with mesmerizing silky glide
and tantalizing tryst,
offered a temptation
that brings us to this twisting thought,

The bear you see by then decided
that it was to be his fate,
that he should rather have the fish
on his dinner plate.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2018




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