Squirrel Playtime…A Fun Poem.

Squirrel Playtime

There he goes right up the tree,

Climbing fast and running free.

Just watch him go, to the top,

Little squirrel, never stop.

Down he comes so very fast,

Jumps in the snow, at the last.

In the snow he likes to play,

Watch him now show off today!

Soon he’s back up in the tree,

Branch to branch he jumps quickly.

Moving fast, yet does not miss,

It’s quite something watching this.

Down again, right in the snow,

Jumping wild, just watch him go!

Β© 2020 Steve McLeod.

147 Comments on “Squirrel Playtime…A Fun Poem.

  1. Cute photo! Love the poem. πŸ™‚ A couple weeks ago I watched a squirrel rolling around in the snow. It’s funny to watch them play in the snow like little kids. Have a blessed Sunday Steve!

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  2. Years ago I was driving with my dad and a cat was on the grass to the left of the street. A squirrel started across. I always drive slow thru residential areas. The squirrel started crossing and saw me and then the cat, stopping he decided to regress to his starting place. Safer to avoid the cat. We laughed about squirrel story. Now that dads life has changed to Heaven, a squirrel will cross the road on a hurry scurry. Dad must have sent it.

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    • That’s good, squirrels are cute and fun animals to watch, thanks for sharing the story! And thanks so much for reading today!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜Ί

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  3. Nice photos Steve ! Your poem is right on…squirrels can run around quickly and it does look like they are flying from branch to branch…so cute !

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