Green Snake - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
Happy St. Paddy's Day to you.
Tiz a day I be wearing green,
As I wear ev'ry day, I do.
For a green snake - no color change 'tween.
At Lincoln Park Zoo, I hang out,
To remind the visitors that
Green snakes like to slither about
Illinois prairie habitat.
So c'mon over and say hi.
Look close cuz I am a wee folk.
I can't wave back - no hands are why.
I'll give you a high fang - no joke!
Drove snakes from Ireland - St Paddy?
In Illinois, hope safe I'll be.
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