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Beneath the grass so green,
on the far away hill,
lives a male Marmot.
I'll call him Phil.
Phil likes to burrow,
to run and play
and lie on the grass
to catch a ray
or two of Sun.
If you were to approach
these gentle creatures,
in the light of day,
they will let out a whistle
and go away,
under the grass,
where their dwelling is.
Waiting silently, without sound;
Phil will slowly come out
and look around.
Stay still, be quiet, you will see
a small portion of Phil's family.

The randomness of words,
lay on my plate.
Too many words may come
and they will suffocate.
The thoughts that are now
running through my head,
wishing they were happy,
but No; fearful instead
The words have become hateful;
not what they should be,
for I care for my own
and for strangers too,
as life has given pause
of what one can do.
A scary situation. It's been hard,
for if you are not diligent
and let your down your guard
you could be the victim
of Co-vid nineteen.

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