Fun In The Sun - Poem by Celestine Ikwuamaesi
A lizard lies in the sand,
In a blazing tropic sun.
Three kids chuckle under a shade,
Starring at the calm being.
One says, 'Look, it must be dead.'
Another, 'Has tummy ache.'
Another, 'Just sunbathing.'
The lizard nods, wags his tail.
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