This sticks to my mind most curious to figure it out better, as if my two heads seek its sense of balance... like a gecko walking on the ceiling and the walls magically...
Feed me fat elephants and ass...I love this poem, MZ. The whole concept is so cool.
A crocodile finding something positive in imprisonment? She must be mocking us!
This is interesting - I have always wondered what animals, insects, and plants might think of us as we use, shape, or kill them for our own purposes.
this creature has a huge appetite.
"feed me elephants and ass" not a very inviting place to be for such a prehistoric looking creature...I really like this piece!
Wow, teary - eyed but unblinking ....I can picture that!
I love the "teary eyed but unblinking". Cool perspective for a crocodile!
You surely got the eyes right! Good job.
You chose a scary looking critter, evil eyes and tiny mind. Ugh... but nice job writing about him.
Who knew the crocodile could be a poet? Only you, Mama Zen. Well done. Scary, but well done.K
How fun that you took the perspective of a crocodile--love the images in this! Thanks for posting.
Oh, crocodile tears-very cool MZ!I like the way you wrote this ;D
no crocodile tears for you, atta girl
Even in its misery, it is a tough fellow.
Awesome choice for the challenge. I love the food choices.
The last lines reminding us of "crocodile tears". Only this one, not giving in, though apparently sad, and hungry.
Oh, this two-headed crocodile totem made me search and find the 2-headed Gecko...but your teasing tearing crocodile - so witty!
I would think that's a state of affairs that can't endure.
poetic polemics, pitch perfectsorry, couldn't help myself. Another koan, MZ
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