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With his heat protective suit
And his cape of perfect red
He had his yellow helmet
Fastened securely on his head

He felt like the superhero
That he really truly was
But it didn’t always go to plan
And this was because…

No one would believe him
When he spun inside his wheel
That by night he would escape
And it all became quite real

The other superheroes
To Horatio were cruel
They said he wasn’t super
A hamster was too small

But he showed them all
When on one blustery night
His attention got attracted
To an orange flickering light

He heard a lady shouting
Her house burnt and blazed
But he was a superhero
Horatio wasn’t phased

He flew down to the window
And used his super powers
He picked her up in his paws
And they landed in the flowers

No one could believe it
But the ‘sorrys’ were enough
Because Horatio had proved
That he was just as tough!


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