The Unicorn.

In this poem, 'Unicorn' by William Jay Smith, some words have been omitted.
Find those words from the list on the right and put them into their correct places.

The Unicorn with the long white . . . . . . .
Is . . . . . . . and wild.
He . . . . . . . across the . . . . . . . green
So quickly that he's . . . . . . . seen
Where Peacocks their blue . . . . . . . preen
And . . . . . . . grow wild.

He flees the . . . . . . . and the . . . . . . .
Upon . . . . . . . earth his . . . . . . . hoof pounds,
Over cold mountain streams he . . . . . . .
And comes to a meadow . . . . . . .
There, when he . . . . . . . to take his nap,
He lays his head in a . . . . . . . lap
As . . . . . . . as a child.


seldom
forest
hounds
beautiful
Lady's
gently
hunter
kneels
horn
feathers
mild
gallops
black
white
bounds
strawberries

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