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Children's Poems
by Margo Fallis
Koala, Koala

Koala, Koala

“Koala, koala way up in the tree,

What’s that you’re eating? Is there enough for me?

It doesn’t look tasty, it seems rather bland,

Like eating a bowl of sea shells and sand.”


“I’m munching on eucalyptus; it tastes great to me.

Would you like to try some? I can climb down the tree.”

Koala dropped a branch to the ground by Dingo’s feet.

“Try some leaves. They’re so tasty to eat.”


“I don’t think so, Koala. I’d rather eat steak.

I prefer iguana, or perhaps a snake.”

Dingo ran off to the bush for a meal

And left Koala in her tree, munching leaves with great zeal.

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