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Sofya's Silly Safari

Sofya turned to the elephant long,
And said: please sing me a trunk-like song.
She looked at the giraffe so very tall,
And said: please toss me a roundish ball.
The leopard spotted Sofya first,
And leapt out of his spots with a sudden burst.
Sofya spied a zebra striped,
And with his scary snort, she yiped.
Then she heard a lion roar,
And through the jungle vines she toar.
Straight into a wild boar,
Who stuck her quick, and she did soar.
And then a snake slithered quietly by, 
But she was wise and it she spied.
A monkey swung and scooped her up,
He dropped her off and wished her luck! 

~ Tascheleia Marangoni ~