Treasure Island

Sebastian Seal

(Novosibirsk, Siberia)


Sharks are real nasties,
Sharks are real meanies,
Sharks eat seal pasties,
Sharks wear teal peonies.

Sharks think they're macho,
Sharks try to bully.
Sharks push seals around,
Sharks are really girly.

I laugh at sharks,
I laugh at their purses,
They don't scare me!
If they ask, I didn't write these verses...

Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010

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