I Wish I Were An Elephant ~ a short poem by Katrina Curtiss 5/29/2020
The Peace Elephant kc 5/29/2020

I Wish I Were An Elephant ~ a short poem by Katrina Curtiss 5/29/2020

I love to write, I’m learning to draw ~ trying not to pay too much attention to the chaos ~ so I wrote a little something and drew a little thing: #girlwithguitar #girllearningtodraw #createartforearth #staysafe #peace

I wish I were An Elephant ~ by Katrina Curtiss 5/29/2020

I don’t know if you have heard
But I would love to be part of an Elephant herd
Powerful and protective, sensitive and strong
A tiny little tail and a trunk that’s long

Tall, strong, silly and smart
Elephants, always tug at my heart
A symbol of good luck and success
In the Animal Kingdom, they’re the best

If one falls sick, they all stay behind
Oh, How I wish an Elephant were a friend of mine
Elephant ears look like Africa, when a part
Put them together and they look just like a heart

The Elephant is a symbol of Peace and Power
Able to knock down trees, yet gentle with a flower
If an Elephant’s trunk is up,
Then it’s a sign that you’ll have Good Luck

Elephants can teach us, we’re on the right path
To stay together in times when we cry or laugh
Oh, an Elephants life is the life for me
A life of gentle power and loyalty.

Today’s Musing: “I rode one once in Cambodia, now I wish I had been more respectful and walked by his side” ~ Katrina Curtiss #girlwithguitar

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