Zoo #40 – Toucan

Anyone in the zoo can
See the stately toucan.
Anyone in the queue can,
If you join them, you can.

I’m not a kangaroo fan
But what I’d like to do, gran
Is go and ask the zoo man
If we can see the toucan.

I know the cockatoo can
Achieve a proper view ‘nan,
So if he can, then you can,
And if one can, then two can.

I have very little to say about today’s little rhyme.  The last few ‘zoo’ poems have become a little serious and over-considered, so I thought it was time to do something that is just silly: how the ‘zoo’ thread actually started.  Childish silly nonsense.  I should do it more often really.

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