Africa

February 7, 2010
By Sonny555 PLATINUM, Oyster Bay, New York
Sonny555 PLATINUM, Oyster Bay, New York
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The plains lie across the south,
The jungles in the middle.
Where the hippos with big mouths,
Are not very little.

The sunset can be orange.
Sometimes even red.
The wild animals walk,
Through the plains and ahead.

The lions are the kings,
Of all African land.
The elephants march,
With their herd od bands

The people of the land,
Are very cultural.
They pot with their hands,
And watch the vultures,
Through the skies,
As the days go by.



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