Sonja Nic Rafferty

Monster in a Lake

Loch Ness is a deep lake in the north of Scotland.
In 565 Saint Columba spoke to a monster is an old legend.
One can hear lots of stories about the monster there,
Scots have even given it a name: Nessie, which is just fair.
More than three thousand people say theyve seen
Something swimming, a big animal with a small head it has been.
Experts have taken photos, but those werent clear,
Tourists want to view Nessie and travel to Scotland every year.
You ask me, is there really a monster in Loch Ness?
Well, scientists have always traced Nessie without success.
They besiege the lake and even take photos under the water,
But Loch Ness is too dark told me a local reporter.
They suppose there may be 20 prehistoric animals in the lake,
Others say the photos show rotting plants or a clever fake.
I do not care whether there is a monster or it is not
Another reason to visit Scotland, thats never a flop!

July 25th, 2003 ~ Sonja Nic Rafferty


 

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