Poems that feel a little off
While hiking a mountain, feeling wild and free,
I lost my poor Daisy, among the tall trees.
Communing with nature, we breathed the fresh air,
but took a wrong turning, walked into nightmare.
The trail was hidden, the foot print was plain,
a giant impression, in muddy terrain.
Too long for a human, less wide than a bear,
It sure was a big foot, that greeted us there.
A roaring confusion, with fur covered brawn,
a terrified shrieking, and Daisy was gone.
I ran like a madman, chased after her screams,
she vanished with Bigfoot, it still haunts my dreams.
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