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Monday, July 26, 2010

A Poem's Perspective

The cheetah, my dearest, is known not to cheat;
the tiger possesses no tie;
the horse-fly, of course, was never a horse;
the lion will not tell a lie.
 
The turkey, though perky, was never a Turk;
nor the monkey ever a monk;
the mandrel, though like one, was never a man,
but some men are like him, when drunk.
 
The springbok, dear thing, was not born in the Spring; 
the walrus will not build a wall.
No badger is bad; no adder can add.
There is no truth in these things at all.
 
-George Barker


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