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    Busy Little Squirrel

    A busy little squirrel in an Exmouth park
    Gathering his food before the day gets dark

    Swinging from the branches up-side down
    Not a care in the world nor a worry or a frown

    Looking for some berries and nuts to eat
    Dropping leaves and twiglets at my feet

    Showing off to ladies, looking very smart
    Sitting on a wall with his hand on his heart

    When a motorbike revved in the road nearby
    The squirrel took off with a wave good bye

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    Excellent Chocky, has a really nice flow.
    Rolf

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    Thanks you . Had forgotten it and it came to mind it and thought it needed finishing.

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    Very nice, thanks for that Chocky.

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    Cheers Maureen
    I'm in the throws of another. Need to find a last verse and keep it wildlife-ish

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