Raveled Ravens

Black bird perched on a tree

Riddle me this, riddle me thee

Why is this confused little raven so crippling shy,

Afraid to fly or  just to try?

Everyone scared to give it a go,

They lose their chance, it's so sad, so very so

They see a dog so tall and white

Contrast to their fur, so black as night.

So mesmerized by the difference

One bird fell, onto a fence.

Oh funny, these little ravens are

Easily distracted like a child in a park

The End

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