Children's Poems and Rhyming Story Peeky The Vampire Bat by Maihri Patrick - Children's Stories Net


 
 
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With beady eyes of forest flame
He peers beneath the wooden beams
of ancient barns with broken glass
on windows full of soot and ash
 
His toes they bend in circles tight
around the darkened beams at night
with legs outstretched and poker straight
he pulls his wings around his waist
 
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A pair of pointed ears that sit
Upon a furry head they twitch
with every passing sound that floats
between the musty beams of oak
 
His nose is short and snub, that's strange
For one so keen to seek the mane of
Any creature, tall or fat who tastes just like
The castle cat!!
 
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As creeping shadows of the night
Fell upon the lantern lights
A spider leaped through cobweb trails
That hung from rusting iron nails
 
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Moving on a gentle breeze
It moved quickly through discarded leaves
Amongst the dust and rotten grime
It crept into the gloom, and smiled
 
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The twitching sound of moving wings
Sent tiny creatures to the ends
of each and every corner found
As the fiend of darkness lifted his shroud
 
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With eyes ablaze he looked around
To find the very source of sound
That caused his ears and nose to twitch
And lose his grasp on his secret pitch
 
With wings outstretched he rose to the eaves
His shadow touching all he sees
A pair of brightly shining teeth
Sparkled on his bearded lip
 
With flaring nostrils he dived to the ground
And rose again to seek the sound
of footsteps tapping on the stones
And squeaking rats with chicken bones
 
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Far beyond the rotting barn
In darkened skies shines bright, the moon
Its eerie light illuminates
The wonky roofs and broken slates
Of castles ruined long ago
And tall church spires where no Vampire goes
 
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As daylight looms and church bells ring
Above the village rooftops brings
A choir of all that Peeky fears
With hosts of golden chandeliers
 
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A high pitched squeal and whispering wings
With eyes wide open, he deftly springs
Towards the safety of the barn
To hide in shadows till the dawn
 
With rasping teeth hidden from view
His wings drawn in when once they flew
He wrapped his toes around the beam
Of ancient oak and slept, unseen.
 

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