Birthday Boy, King - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
I don't remember much about
Two years ago when Mom announced
It was time for me to pop out.
So sixty pounds of me sure bounced,
New born at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
I was Mom's first and pride and joy.
She raised me great as great Mom's do.
Now I'm a two thousand pound boy.
Living on my own, life is good.
I'm doing the Zoo show biz thing,
And playing in the neighborhood.
I am the black rhino called King.
For me there's no terrible twos.
Come to the Zoo, I will amuse.
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