The world of Frodo, chimpanzee,
Was invaded by humankind,
Who wondered why Frodo could be
Of such mean, malicious mind.
An infant human he had snatched,
Her lifeless body later found
Partially eaten. Frodo scratched,
As humans made their screaming sound.
The grown up humans should have known
That just humans deserved the blame,
Intruding into Frodo's zone,
Where wild animals are not tame.
Frodo, chimpanzee, maybe thought
'Bout all the noise that humans brought.
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