Reptile Smile - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
I am a chameleon at
Reptile House in Lincoln Park Zoo.
Humans come to my habitat,
Amusing me, the stuff they do.
They come in ev'ry shape and size,
The colors of them - lots of change.
They stick out tongues and roll both eyes.
And they think I am looking strange!
But I am glad humans come here.
Otherwise, boring it would be.
Each time a human does appear,
It's entertainment just for me.
Ah - the humans, they do beguile.
Humans do always make me smile.
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