I Eye Too - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
A chameleon's got the eye
To examinate all to come,
Flying, swinging or walking by,
Seeing all - focus in on some,
Especially the insect sort,
That I do like to take for lunch.
And I am happy to report
That here I get them by the bunch.
Here being the Lincoln Park Zoo,
Where I spy humans lots also.
Watching them watching me, I do.
Humans set odd sights - doncha know!
Here come the humans, old and young,
Tasteless - no need to give'em tongue.
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