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Jack Prelutsky

(8 September 1940 / Brooklyn, New York)

A Wolf Is at the Laundromat


A wolf is at the Laundromat,
it's not a wary stare-wolf,
it's short and fat, it tips its hat,
unlike a scary glare-wolf.
It combs its hair, it clips its toes,
it is a fairly rare wolf,
that's only there to clean its clothes—
it is a wash-and-wear-wolf.

Submitted: Friday, December 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 13, 2013

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