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THE RED-HEADED LIZARD II Its eyes very sharp on insects Tongue, can only be magnetic It swallows ants with ease Yet, nodding to its precision Looking straight into my eyes Breathing in and out, Yet, not gasping It looked at my direction Enjoying the game Its nodding means one ant down Suddenly turns its tail at me Thought, it was goodbye bidding Yet, starring at me backwardly More ants gathered Mopping some sugary liquid Suddenly, it reappeared Nodding, faster with a smile To announce its arrival again It resumed with more verve. Alayande Stephen T. 3.45pm 12th August, 2007

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