1 September 2008

Dedicated to all ants I know!

The Ants, poem by Douglas Florian Ants are scantily
Half an inch long,
But for their size
They're very strong.
Ants tote leaves
Five times their weight
Back to their nest
At a speedy rate.
They walk on tree limbs
Upside down
A hundred feet
Above the ground,
While down below
Beneath a mound
They're building tunnels
And so it's been
And it will be
Since greatest
Ant antiquity.

Sources: text and image

1 comment:

CMP said...

Beautiful, my dear Ant Mada. Thanks. I'm a lucky Ant : )
Where were you today? I was there... I loved those colours.