BEAUTY & THE BEAST–A Children’s Poem

One might

Take flight

 

From the mug

Of a slug

 

There's little appeal

In the sight of an eel

 

There's more I suppose

To a pig than his nose

 

I avoid the display

Of the face of a ray

The octopus charms

By his number of arms

 

Who's the most, who is the least

Who's the beauty, who the beast

 

An armadillo had a fright

A human face came into sight

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