Leo the lion cub.
In the lady's garden the elephant eats cabbages,
There among the tomatoes are also some radishes
He stops and he smiles
When his vet comes by
Fetching his naughty behind to bread and circuses
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# The Cambridge Dictionaries Online defines the phrase 'bread and circuses' as activities or official plans that are intended to keep people happy and to stop them from noticing or complaining about problems.
I used the phrase in this poem, pun intended.
I am presently reading with my book club, Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen.
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Although The Tuesday Platform is open mic,
Marian's introduction influenced my poem today.