Queen of Monsters

When walking up my driveway

A wolf accosted me.

It snarled, crouched and bared its teeth.

No rescue could I see.

Then all of a sudden

Completely out of nowhere

The wolf was killed and eaten

By a rampant grizzly bear.

The bear, though it had eaten

Was apparently hungry still,

But again I was rescued

When a dragon had its fill.

Now bears have mighty stomachs,

But a dragon can eat more.

I looked for my salvation

And indeed I heard a roar.

The dragon tried to fly away

But something greater still

Seized the dragon in its teeth

And proceeded with the kill.

Now alone with this new beast,

Godlike and full of hate

I thought “she’s home early,”

And said “Wow, have you lost weight?”

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