Family bed

Warm bodies,
Crowded bed,
There’s an elbow,
There’s a head.

Please don’t fart
Under the sheets.
It’s warm enough
Without that heat!

Stinky dogs
And dirty diaper,
Don’t wake daddy,
He’s like a viper!

Cats meowing
at the door.
Dogs are pacing,
Nails on floor.

Baby’s sleeping
In the middle.
Don’t roll over,
He’s so little!

Don’t want to get up,
But can’t sleep either.
Rest while you can,
With this little teether.

Warm bodies,
crowded bed.
Nothing’s better,
So rest your head.


For #MayBookPrompts day 14 prompt “Warm Bodies”

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