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The lonesome mountain Goat

Especially for a lonesome guy ❤️

The lonesome mountain Goat

The lonely life of a mountain goat with his pointy upright horns & that white fleecy coat... with nothing to think about or do each & every day but climb the highest hillocks & down the valley way...

As she clambers sure footed stepping four hooves with care with her offspring kids following her everywhere...living on the Rockies can be ever so tricky especially if the weather has made the surface wet & sticky!!

So be exta careful Nanny goat ascending up to the highest pass to forage for those rich, ripe pickings of fresh green grass... tread wisely my wild wooly stranger... roaming the Rocky mountains, keeping out of any danger !!

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Cherie Sumner-Taylor

Hi Jill...Mountains goats are like acrobats!  I am amazed at how steady they can be on those steep juts...I wrote a poem about that a couple of years ago because I find them so interesting to watch.  I like your caring portrayal of their lonesome lives. xo ;) 

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Jill Tait

Matthew asked me to write about goats lol but thank you Cherie xxx💕

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A Lonely Journey

Jillian! It was supposed to be about flatulation in the goat realm! Not how cute they are! LOL!!). Your version is better, though! Thank you. I'll review it done below here, as I don't like heights that much, and it's lower down below. Thanks. M. 

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A Lonely Journey

Yes, you did...and odorless! LOL. 
I loved it. 

Mattthew(there are not actually 3 t's in my name, I just mis-typed as I often do, and I thought it would be a lot easier to give a short, yet poignant, explanation, rather than hitting the backspace several times, and risking injury to my pointer finger and such, so hence, the short, unassuming recounting of the error I produced). Does that make sense? Thanks! 

M. 

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Jill Tait

Ay i
mistyped alot mesell lol xxx

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A Lonely Journey

Jillian, 
You're great! I like how I mention things here on the comments, and you suddenly whip off a nice, sweet poem about the animal, or whatever. You are so cool!! Thank you for always being so nice on here, you made my day. 
Hugs, 
Matthew. 

PS. Now, what about one about the gregariousness of the unsympathetic baboon in the area of over-toasted(nee burned) marshmallowization? Can you fire one off about that? (but take care of your friend first). Thanks for always being wonderful. M. 

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