Poem By Adeyemi Joshua
The boastful hawk and the timid hen,
The frighful ox, and the light-eyed fiends.
The pompous cheetah coupled with the leopard,
Dangling in pride, twain almost a leper.
The often famished lion and his crew,
The octopus and the shark too.
The elegant peacock diverse in beauty,
Coloured in dexterity, enormous in duty.
The cunny tortoise and his tamed wife,
The Indifferent Eagle, often who strife.
The glamourous thane of all tusk,
His feets and the quatom of his guts.
The diverse reptiles, amphibians that mouth cannot say,
All constitute the kingdom where wastes lay.
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