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A crocodile

I want to tell you about my life, 
Firstly, I’m not married,
So I don’t have a wife.
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

I can live in both water and land, 
I can swim in the water,
And can walk on the sand.
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

When I’m hungry, I eat a fish,
Whether it’s small, medium or large,
I just make it my perfect dish,
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile.

When I want to capture my food,
I act to be dead and so get the food,
My acting is very much good
I was a crocodile, I was a crocodile

My skin is hard like a stone,
And so my bones.
And my muscles are flexible,
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

I have very hard teeth,
And because of them,
I can easily tear the meat,
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

Now, I’ve become old,
But I cannot forget the days,
When I used to shine like gold,
I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

And someday finally I’ll close my eyes,
But the fishes will still remember me,
That I was very strong and wise,
And they’ll say that I’m a crocodile, I’m a crocodile

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017




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