|Inspired by workshop research on the "Fisher"
The fisher does a body slam
on the porcupine. Wham!
He is only one foot long.
It's time for dinner. Ding dong!
He lives in the forest. He's a carnivore, you see,
eating fish, deer, frogs and snakes --
a vegetarian he'll never be.
His refrigerator is made of leaves and dirt.
So if he says, "Stop by for dinner," bring extra dessert.
Here is another poem about the Fisher,
submitted by Vicky
It gives porcipine body slams
Habbitat-swamps and forests
River Rodents, (kind of)