The Lizard~by Stephen Roddewig

I am pleased to announce that I am contributing to Our Poetry Corner! Give them a look if you are so inclined, they take contributions from anyone willing to join and share their talent (including you!). I also have a soft spot since they represent the vision I had for my site and how far it can go.


Awakening with the dawn heat,
The lizard scampered from the palm tree,
Using her tiny, clinging feet,
She reached the ground with ease.

Amidst the trimmed, fertilized grass,
A worm foraged, unsuspecting,
The lizard leaped, her fangs grasped,
The worm was schlorped, whilst it lamented.

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