Ima Ryma


O.P. - Lincoln Park Zoo


I am Optimus Prime - O.P.
Transforming the Lincoln Park Zoo,
An Ah- to be beaut chimpanzee,
Improving Earth - tiz what I do.
Be brave, be powerful, be wise,
Just and righteous - I try my best
Around other chimp gals and guys,
Though I'm not one to beat my chest.
An action figure macho male,
Devoted to my fam'ly troop.
I strive to stay hearty and hale,
Transforming munchies into poop.

You can see me most of the time,
Always Optimus, always Prime.

Submitted: Sunday, October 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013
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