Two Headed Calf Poem

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Two Headed Calf Poem

Two Headed Calf Poem
Two Headed Calf Poem

In a quiet, rustic barn, ‘neath the moon’s soft glow,
Lived a calf, quite unique, with a curious woe.
Two heads it possessed, like the sun and the moon,
A marvel, a mystery, beneath the night’s tune.

Its eyes glistened bright, with wonder and grace,
Two souls intertwined in one humble space.
A creature of nature, both rare and surreal,
A testament to life’s unpredictable zeal.

The villagers whispered, they gathered in awe,
To witness this wonder, without a flaw.
They marveled at nature’s unfathomable art,
In the form of a calf, a story to impart.

Two heads, two minds, a duality rare,
A symbol of life’s complex, intricate affair.
In each gaze, a world, so vivid and vast,
A journey of lessons, present and past.

Yet the calf roamed free, in the meadows so green,
A sight to behold, a sight yet unseen.
For in its duality, it found unity’s song,
A melody of acceptance, where it truly belonged.

So remember this tale, of the two-headed calf,
A reminder that life’s gifts make us laugh.
Embrace the unique, the odd, and the rare,
For in diversity, life finds its most wondrous flair.

Two-Headed Calf, by Daily Pedia

Tomorrow when the farm boys find this

freak of nature, they will wrap his body

in newspaper and carry him to the museum.

But tonight he is alive and in the north

field with his mother. It is a perfect

summer evening: the moon rising over

the orchard, the wind in the grass. And

as he stares into the sky, there are

twice as many stars as usual.

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