Anil Soneji

(Kowloon, Hong Kong)

Sampson - Poem by Anil Soneji

He waddles up and down the grass,
He chases the people who dare to pass,
He guards Delilah like a wife,
He uses his beak instead of a knife,
He's all in white,
Except his beak,
and he has big funny, webbed feet,
He has a shine,
For the teachers stocking,
He chases all the women,
He really is shocking!
This is the duck,
That leaves the muck,
But his kindness you'll win,
With a tickle under the chin.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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