Picnic with the aliens

A poem where every word has an ‘a’ in it.

Photo by S’well on Unsplash

Ants carrying fragments:
— meat,
— — marmalade toast
— — — chocolate croissants
— — grapes
— smashed orange beverage
away towards an ant abode




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