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Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

(June 28,1919 / Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota.)

UNGA BOO AH


Unga Boo Ah was a little African boy of the Mamba
tribe who loved animals
They listened to him when he talked to them

Unga Boo Ah was friendly with all the animals
But his best animal friend was a lion named Anymalls

One day, Anymalls came to see Unga Boo Ah
To warn him of a coming disaster

Anymalls told Unga that there was an earthquake coming soon
Unga hurried to his village to warn the tribe and tell
them they were to move at once

All the tribe was saved because of the warning by Anymalls
Anymalls and Unga were praised by the tribe and all
the animals

March 6,2006, Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

Submitted: Monday, March 06, 2006

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