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by R. D. Ashby
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The evidence of seriousness is clear
in nature's every feature, in her own,
that life here cannot be a laughing matter;
the frolic of their lambs in sheep not shown.

The zebra in togetherness rub shoulders,
but Serengeti Park amusement lacks;
and penguins tripping lightly on the boulders
are leaping clear from leopard seal attacks.

The grizzly is scaled down in the mute teddy,
and tigers in domestic cats are cloned:
the eye of man is ever on the ready,
his quick instinct for humour keenly honed

to make of any situation bleak
his very own creation, so to speak.
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October 16, 2012
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