Poems and Poetry

Bah Bah | A Poem by Joshua Ford

Black Sheep puts on his
best clothes, tries to fit in,
a puff of animal fur on
his face to hide behind.

Black Sheep moves softly
through the herd, but no
matter how hard he tries,
it’s just not enough.

Black Sheep’s bleat
is just a little too loud,
hooves working opposites.


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