A Day at the Circus
Elephants and lions,
Even seals have all been banned,
Though dogs and horses focused on
Their trainer’s crisp command.
Clowns, now lacking make-up,
Kept the audience amused
And jumpers on the trampoline
Were crazily enthused.
Trapeze artists soared above
And acrobats displayed
Such strength and balance it appeared
Of other stuff they’re made.
The circus, though it’s different
From the way it used to be,
Still provides a fun-filled outing
For both friends and family.
Copyright © ilene bauer | Year Posted 2019
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