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16 April 2000 Issue
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She sits atop the greenest hill

the likeness of their image

peaceful aura replaces doubt

unto the end she softly shouts

Gracefully moves throughout the day

a strong, poised, meaningful way

rushing in with primate knowledge

shared with every school and college

Is this The Jane' we used to see?

Swinging with Tarzan from tree to tree?

Africa's animals, once kingdoms profuse

slip slowly through a time worn noose.

1999 By C. Sparkie.

tapster@mindspring.com 

(Written for Dr. Jane Goodall)

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