Fidgety Fiona ~ #poetry #MarchWriting

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos

There once was a fish named Fiona
Who loved to tease the men at sea

She would move in closely, grab the bait
Then suddenly, she would, break free

Fiona, you see, was quite a fidget
Didn’t like hanging around for long

She’d patiently wait for a nibble or two
Then leave them wondering where they went wrong

The poor fisherman didn’t see it
No matter how hard they gave it a try

Fiona would never let them get her
For the odds, she would surely defy

Until the day, there came another
A sly young bloke, on the shore

He baited the hook, Fiona grabbed it and shook
Now she no longer fidgets anymore

March Writing Prompt:  Fidgety Fiona – Day 4/31

©2018 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
Photo via Pixabay CC0

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