The Monster - Poem by Khadim Hussain
Deep in the African jungle
Lives a strange creature.
Has the teeth of a lion
The claws of a bear.
If by chance you stumble upon him
Don’t be alarmed.
He lives entirely on crisps and sherbet
Not only will he share his last crisp and
Also polish your boots too.
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