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Mayhem At The Museum
 
My neighbor told me a story
A reflection from his past
A scientist he used to be
Until he retired at last

One day at the museum
A vivacious family arrived
It was also on that day
The dinosaur exhibit came alive

Can you really imagine
What a zoo it became
Children running all around
And dinosaurs doing the same

With all the mayhem in that place
The police soon were called
What they saw they did not believe
This problem they could not solve

Whom could they arrest
no one committed treason
Instead they called animal control
For that very reason

The day wore on ,what could be done
No one really knew
But by now you have figured out
This story is not true





By Darlene Hylton

© 2008 Darlene Hylton (All rights reserved)

 

Arrive – Dinosaur –Family – Museum– Neighbor – Reflection –
Treason - Scientist –Vivacious - Zoo

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