The Aardvark on the Ark

The Aardvark on the Ark
by Nessa MorrisStylized image of aarvark

As he counted his beastly transplants
Captain Noah had one of his rants,
“God said two of a kind.
Don’t leave any behind,
but an aardvark has eaten the ants!”

One poem down, twenty-five to go.

bookworm 75%, balloon 25%

Thanks to Patricia for suggesting “bookworm” as the word for Monday’s poem. I hope you enjoy the poem.

The Google form below has been updated so you should be able to vote for your “c” word and suggest your “d” word in the same form. Although these changes mean that suggestions will now be anonymous. If you want credit for your suggestion, leave it in the comments. Thanks, everyone.

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Author: Nessa

Librarian for people with visual and physical impairments, and mother of two sharp-witted alien children.

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