The Lion By Roald Dahl

The lion just adores to eat

A lot of red and tender meat,

And if you ask the lion what

Is much the tenderest of the lot,

He will not say a roast of lamb

Or curried beef or devilled ham,

Or crispy pork or corned beef hash

Or sausages or mutton mash

Then could it be a big, plump hen?

He answers no. What is it then?

Oh lion dear, could I not make you make

You happy with a lovely steak?

Could I entice you from your lair,

With rabbit pie or roasted hare?

The rabbit smiled and shook his head,

He came up very close and said,

“The meat that I am about to chew,

Is neither steak nor chops, ITS YOU!!!!