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Walk In The Forest

Little yellow mushrooms
grow where I like to walk,
jack-in-the-pulpit's there,
but he doesn't like to talk.

The little yellow mushrooms
have little red spots
they're forest forest flowers
in little area lots.

Here and there and everywhere
mushrooms of every hue
orange and tan, purple and pink
i've even seen red and blue.

Some think the forest is dark and dank
dreary all full of dread
with things so scary
you'd scream right out of your head.

There's just birds and squirrels,
a turkey if you have any luck
you could even run into
a ten point buck.

He'd show you his tail and run
like the wind, he's so afraid of you
just watch for forest flowers growing
snap some photos to save the lovely view.

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