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Noah's Snail by Akinwale Peace

Akinwale Peace

Noah's Snail.
.
He crawled so deep going so high
Climbing so slow with mincing eye.
And none could see his pace quite nigh
And so he crawls though tough hence nigh.
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He crawled so deep going so high
When rain was said to come from high
Little he was with smiles he cry
He stretch himself so far so nigh.
.
Climbing so slow with mincing eye
No eye could see, all bade goodbye
He stretch himself so far so nigh
Like fluttering wings like when they fly.
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And none could see his pace quite nigh
When thunder squeaks it seem to die
But then he held with shell of sigh
And cling so fast to ark so high.
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And so he crawls though tough hence nigh
With needful needless cry he sigh
He hid himself so brave yet shy
And all could see the snail with spy.
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So good he felt and felt so shy
That Noah saw him and felt a cry
For help not him whence climb so high
But all could cheer the Snail with Hi.
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"words from the innocent mind"
              Philip Peace

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