The front line of the day marched across the field
Snuck up the rocks on the outside and through her window sill.
A gentle nudge lifted her from the depths of sleep
But did not rouse the baby alpaca asleep at her feet.
Joyful was she as she awoke the snoring fluff
from her dreams of cookies, flowers, and stuff.
They left the bed messy as they bound from the room
Breakfast first, then anything they could do!
Down it went quick, then the food was all gone
Then the baby alpaca ran outside, with joy and a song.
Her best friend watched with a smile so free
That the birds outside sung too, as loud as could be
The young woman danced and hummed a tune
As she gave water to the succulents all around the room.
She would join her fluff in the bright outside
In the flowers and grass, with mountains on all sides.
Until they grew tired and return in doors
One with dancer’s feet, the other with hooves!
To the library they’d go, with eager hearts
So many books! They wouldn’t know where to start!
At last they would choose one and take their spots
Her a big comfy chair and matching socks.
For her Alpaca a large bed with plenty of space
Funny poses she’d make as she stretched out her legs
The girl would nibble on strawberries as she read more and more
Cozy and happy, she was free to explore