by Captain Lonesome   Nov 12, 2011

Waking to my auburn fur glowing
Under the orange sun now showing
My stealth immerges out of the fallen leaves
And I lick dirt off my little black sleeves

I see a mouse that just stopped running
Now it is time to be quick and cunning
Slowly then quickly I sneak then pounce
Small little mouse but a tasty little ounce

As I go out today to get my usual kicks in
I spot and gaze upon the most beautiful vixen
She sits atop a bank made out of shale
As I strut by I show off my lovely fluffy tale

We now live happily in a cozy warm den
Us and our children making a family of ten
We are happy, me and my lady fox named Roxy
It might not have been, if I wasn't so foxy


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  • 7 years ago

    by Heavy

    Ha ha! This has to be one of the cuter poems I've read on this site!!! I love it! It's playful and you displayed the imagery so well! I love Foxes, they're one of my favorite animals! Cute, aren't they? :3 Anyways, Nice write!!! I enjoyed this, gave me a smile - so thanks for that and thanks for sharing :)


  • 8 years ago

    by Decayed

    Lol hahha.. I think tat was a cute poem, with a really lovely ending and personifications.


  • 8 years ago

    by L

    Ah, foxy.
    haha, this is super clever and funny. A story of how someone met his foxy and how happy they are with their family.

  • 8 years ago

    by The Queen

    EJ, well bloody done on this challenge, never knew you could write something like this :)

    It's flawless and umm an uber cute love story =p

    Keep it up, man!

  • 8 years ago

    by Cinnamonspice

    I smiled all the way through this delightful poem. it's sweet, cute , warm and fuzzy. This was such a great poem.

    Connie xx