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Poetry Pleases: Fox

John Waddington-Feather expresses his affection for that cunning rogue - the fox.

Fox, sharp-eyed, alert,
lean whipcord,
russet as leaves in fall,
delicate ears fine-grained as slate,
feeling the wind for friend and foe alike,
Beautiful fox, cunning rogue,
snook-cocker of men, of all conformity -
how I love you!


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