Daisy the Dangerous Duck
by Gary Scholes
(South Wales, UK)
Daisy the duck is a dangerous duck,
If you spot her then please stay away,
She juggles with knives, endangering lives,
While blowing up things everyday.
Her idea of fun, is loading a gun,
And shooting the bullets up high,
She lies on the ground, not making a sound,
While the bullets fall down from the sky.
On bonfire night, she’ll give you a fright,
By tying her feet to eight rockets,
While sitting at home, bored and alone,
She sticks metal forks in plug sockets.
Just for a dare she pulled a bear’s hair,
And tickled a poisonous snake,
Put leaf-cutter ants, inside of her pants,
Then swam through a crocodile lake.
She dives in deep seas and climbs up high trees,
In search of all dangerous things,
A tooth from a shark, a bat from the dark,
Or the deadliest scorpion stings.
Her most dangerous act, this is a fact!
Forget the non-fiction, it’s real!
She got in the bath and just for a laugh,
Added an electric eel.