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Death Poems About Skunk

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Poem Details | by James Foulk |
Categories: death, nature, baby, baby,

A Fallen Baby Skunk

On our walk this morning

Brandy my dog and I saw

such a sad thing, lying on

the sidewalk was a baby skunk

dead as ever.  Brandy wanted to

go smell it, but wasn't sure if i should,

so held her back.  I had never seen a dead

baby skunk before, i had seen many adult

dead skunks.  There was no blood any where

to be found or any other reason for this

poor thing to die or why it was on

the sidewalk.  I hate to see any creature die,

even this poor little baby skunk, who never

got a chance in life.

Written 7-27-11


Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: animal, death,

Dead Skunk

It was alive in an earlier episode, but it now lies dead in the road. Nocturnal in habit, the creature is not a rabbit, nor is it a raccoon or a toad. The carcass gives off a putrid smell. Nobody can deny it stinks like hell. When it tried to get across, its effort was a loss. No longer does that dead skunk dwell.