Five O'Croc - Poem by Ima Ryma
Brothers and sisters, five we be
Dwarf crocodiles, we all hatched out
In oh seven, and all are we
In Lincoln Park Zoo - home no doubt,
Where lots of you humans come by
And peek at us through the glass wall,
Where we each opt 'tween wet and dry,
Loads of pond water for us all
To do the dip and soaking thing,
Or we can spread out on a rock.
And of course, like any sibling,
We might give each other a knock.
When you stop by, now don't you cuss,
If you can't find all five of us.
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