The Hole of a Mole

Wild Wood by Richard Johnson

Wild Wood by Richard Johnson

The hole of a mole
isn’t so cold,
it’s cozy and warm
like a blanket.

And the hole of a mole
isn’t lavished with gold,
it’s furnished with art
made from earth tones.

The hole of a mole
is for young and for old,
because it doesn’t have stairs
to fall down from.

The hole of a mole
is equipped with a stove,
because moles like to eat
scrambled eggs.

The hole of a mole
is deep beneath soil,
but is not to be confused
with a gopher’s.

The hole of a mole
is a fun little poem,
where the words that I’ve chosen
all rhyme.

The hole of a mole
won’t charge you a toll,
it requires just a bit
of your time.

“The Hole of a Mole” © 2014 by Greg Morton

3 responses to “The Hole of a Mole

  1. Lol …
    The whole of a mole is covered with fur,
    though its feet are all kind of scratchy.
    ’cause the whole of a mole is the mole that is whole, which is nothing to blink, scratch or sniff at.

    Have I ever mentioned that I like moles?
    Just about as much as I like your poem … very good Sir. It bought a smile to my face!

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