The Squirrel Monkey - Poem by Ryan Glover
Up atop the tallest tree
Sits a giant squirrel monkey.
Whenever a child wanders by
Down the squirrel monkey will fly,
To grab them by a tuft of hair
And take them back to his lair.
Then the monkey has his feast
Upon the child’s delicious meats
This is a story told by me
To keep damn kids away from my tree.
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