Mirror Me - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
Hey there, mirror, mirror on the wall,
This cute gorilla girl does ask
Who is the fairest of them all?
I'll get closer to ease your task.
Thick lashed eyes that so wink and bat
To make the eyer ooh and aah.
A dainty nose that's just right flat,
Nostrils enticing without flaw.
And lips that pucker moist and sweet.
My ears are perky and yell cute.
A perfect body, so petite.
You must agree I am a beaut.
So tell me mirror to my delight
I am the fairest - not Snow White.
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