Elephant Minus



Sally Taylor

Circa 1930


 
© Copyright 2021 by
Charles T. Faulkner



Photo of a checkered stuffed elephant.

I have a checkered elephant

That goes to bed with me

I hadnít time to make his eyes

And so he cannot see


Although I hate to tell it

My darling never hears

I was in such a hurry

That I forgot his ears


His tusks were funny bits of cloth

Their use I couldnít see

So I sewed right past the place

Where they were sposíd to be


Some folks think that heís a dog

But heís got a trunk you know

Even that drags on the floor

Unless he stands just so






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