INFAMOUS BUFFOON

In the dead of the night
from under cover of leaves,
out he struts
as bold as you please.
Masked in black
garbed in grey,
out he steals
in search of prey.
His slender frame
is a blessing indeed,
he can slip in and out
with feline ease.
He finds his loot
with his fingers and toes
And every so often
on the strength of his nose.
Unrepentant thief,
this ungrateful wretch,
leaves behind
a frightful mess.
And so be wary
of this buffoon,
otherwise known
as the infamous
Raccoon.

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