A Puppet Named Razel - Poem by Suzanna Chevalier
There is a puppet named Razel
who is controller of children's birthday dreams-
Razel freezes the Krendoll characters with her ice beam
While giving her evil stare with her black eyes so mean.
She is also half krazy and has only 2 fingers and no hands
While waving all her ice-devices all over Krendoll land.
Now she thinks her looks are as pretty as all human sin
Bright red lips and a black arched eyebrows drawn pencil thin.
So remember Razel has no pupils for she doesn't want to see your real face
She feels she is the most fabulous puppet and all humans are a disgrace.
I would say she has a heart like the Grinch who stole Christmas past
Only Razel's heart is frozen with no emotions so she can have the last laugh.
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