Tale Of A Snow Leopard - Lincoln Park Zoo - Poem by Ima Ryma
A snow leopard, I've quite a tale
To tell about my tail, I do.
Biggest cat tail on any scale.
Home here at the Lincoln Park Zoo,
My tail's as long as is my bod,
Acts like a blanket in the cold,
Keeps me balanced as I leap pawed.
Fur lined thick, black spotted gold.
When I do hang out in a tree,
Watching all of my world around,
My tail is hanging out with me.
Shaking my tail is fun I've found.
If you're rockin' a rockin' chair,
And rockin' near my tail - beware.
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