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Author Name: ModeratorJillian Alexis 2 Comments
Date Added: July 26, 2005 14:07:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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~SLOTH~ (Haiku)
The meek, two toed Sloth,
is the slowest animal.
A snail is faster.
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Comment By: FreeLinear Z on December 28, 2005 06:48:41 PM Report
Nice Haiku (one of my favorite poetry forms) I love the sloth, fantastic bit of evolution creating a slow moving algee carrier LOL
Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on July 26, 2005 02:36:24 PM Report
Funny you write about them. I watched a show not too long ago about them. :o) *S* Wind Whisperer


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