A Real Sheep-Dog - Poem by Stephen Katona
My name is 'pet',
And I surprised my vet.
When he saw a ewe,
Jump like a kangeroo.
He said, “This is the only sheep
To skip, dance and leap.”
Now the reason I'm so jolly,
Is I was brought up like a collie.
My sisters and brothers are white and black,
And I grew up as one of their pack.
I can hear some of you chuckling,
But I'm no ugly duckling,
Because as you can see,
I am who I want to be.
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