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The Stray Rogue
by Diana Moreton - tapster@mindspring.com  

Loki, how dangerous jungles are these days
infested with men and invisible plagues

Beat, ancient giants paraded in paint
pay for it dearly in blood-reddened taint

Encroachment, entrapment, humans galore'
run past the tigers to mystic escape door

Run for your life, Loki, run from the crowd
seek solace and refuge, heavenly shroud

Giant gray moth evolves in reincarnation
understand Loki's pain, fear, constant
frustration

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