Treasure Island

Ima Ryma


This Little Piggy - Lincoln Park Zoo


A Mangalitsa piglet new,
My Mama just gave birth to me
At Lincoln Park Farm in the Zoo.
My pig kin comes from Hungary.
We have got lots of curly hair,
And I arrived with mine in stripes.
Mama tells me that humans stare
At me cuz they're just like that - yipes!
But I am getting used to all
The oohs and aahs from humankind.
Mama says it's my destined call.
It's just show biz, so never mind.

Come visit me and I just might
Be special cute to your delight.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

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