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An Animal's Attack
by Randy Johnson
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  Last year I was attacked by a fierce animal.
I shot it but the bullet only grazed its skull.
I began to pray because I knew I'd be harmed.
That creature severed one of my legs and my arms.
The creature that attacked me was a ferocious tiger.
A woman drove up and luckily I was saved by her.
The lady's car scared the tiger and it ran from fright.
If she hadn't driven up, I would've died that night.
The tiger that maimed me had escaped from the zoo.
I fell in love with that woman and she loves me too.
When I was escorted to the Emergency Room, I had to be carried.
Even though I'm deformed, she loves me and we're getting married.


(This is a fictional poem)

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November 19, 2014
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