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Sheep

Sheep they fear the dark, Their shepards are the light, Yet straying all alone Get lost within the night. When light shines from the road, Mistaken for a star, The sheep stands waiting still, And gets flattened by a car. The moral of the story is That shepards tend the flock, For sheep are really dumb They need watching round the clock. See, sheep can't tell the dfference Between headlights and the stars, That's why so very many End up flattened under cars.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2006




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