My dragon disappeared last month

    And I’ve searched everywhere.

I asked a pig, I asked a mouse,

    And then a grizzly bear.

 

But:  Nobody had seen him.

 

It made the headlines of the news.

    “A dragon’s running free.”

My neighbour thought he heard a roar

    From high up in his tree.

 

But: It was only somebody flushing the loo. (toilet)

 

A silly boy rang in and said:

    “I think he’s in our school,”

But that was just a joke of course.

    He thought it was quite cool.

 

But: We didn’t think  he was funny -  just VERY silly.

 

“Now tell us,” said a nice policeman:

     “What is your dragon like?

Perhaps someone has spotted him

    And I’ll go there on my bike.”

 

But:  Nobody had spotted him, of course.

 

He’s wary, scary, blows out  flames;

     He’s eyes of shining green.

He’s great big teeth and flaming breath -

    The fiercest thing I’ve seen.

 

But:  He’s actually WORSE than this.

 

He’s giant scales upon his back

    And a tail that’s wavy too.

He eats large rats and even cats

    And especially folks like you.

 

But:  Don’t tell your friends this!

 

So should you see him one fine day,

     Please send him home to me,

For dragons shouldn’t wander loose,

     I’m sure you will agree.

 

WARY =Not trusting others; cautious; suspicious

 

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By Josie Whitehead

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