M.L. Squier


THE OCELOT


Ocelots

Have a

Lot of spots

And are more

Adept as swimmers

Than

They are as climbers.

Ocelots

Like to eat prey

Smaller than they.

The Ocelot is prized for its fur

And so you can easily opine

That it is an endangered feline.

I wonder whether Sir Lancelot

Ever saw or met an Ocelot?

Submitted: Wednesday, December 24, 2008

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