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Alex The ZebKey?
by Sherry Gail Heim

Friday, April 29, 2005
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A female zebra named Allison frolicking with her foal named Alex at the Highland plantation in St. Thomas parish, Barbados, Thursday, April 28, 2005. The foal was sired by a donkey and was born on April 21, 2005. It is the first time this has happened in Barbados. (AP Photo/Chris Brandis


Alex the ZebKey?


 

Who’s going to claim him

Where will he go

Will the Zebras shun him?

Will the Donkeys say “No!”?

 

For now he has mama

To love as he grows

But when it’s time for a partner

Who will want him, you know?

 

Will he find a Donkey

To accept him as is?

Or will it be a Zebra

He can love and claim his

 

He’s as cute as a button

I think all will agree

And I hope animals accept

More than some humans, I see

 

His mama was friendly

With a donkey, not named

They have kept it a secret

So none will be blamed

 

But their cute little offspring

Can leave us no doubt

That a Donkey and Zebra

Had a romantic bout

Sherry Gail Heim

April 29, 2005

Copyright © Sherry Gail Heim 2005

 


 

 

 
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Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 5/5/2005
cute Sherry. I was watching the discovery channel. The zebras were trying to cross the river and the big alligators were waiting to eat them. The gators couldn't get the big zebras but the little ones, well I guess you know the rest of the story. G
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 5/3/2005
Sherry,

This poem absolutely is adorable.

The picture and story of Alex is now Complete with this wonderful poem.

Nature has no prejudice, prejudice~that is something taught. They only know the right and intended way to Live, from and by their hearts!
Alex will be Loved all of his life.

Thank you so much, Sherry!xo

Thanks for the Smile!(c:)

Tracey
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J 4/30/2005
Some thing to think about, Sherry. It is true that animals are more tolerant than many humans. May be it will ahve no difficulty as humans may have.

Nice poem and beautiful pic and info.

Love from India - Joel -
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations 4/30/2005
Alex the ZebKey may actually be the Key to one of the likenesses of true love: Just as is.
And in this case, he is just absolutely gorgeous! :0)
Love&Light*
Alexandra*
Reviewed by Roger Ochs 4/30/2005
Oh, you may call me a slut
Or a loose woman, but
would you ever pass
on a great piece of ass
From a donkey who really can rut.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 4/30/2005
This is how it should be! Just love this... and as for Little Wonky Zonkey: no worries!! He's bound to be such a character that fighting off the attentions of suitors from many other breeds and species is more likely to be the problem - such charisma is a powerful pheromone!! My daily life is so enhanced by the antics of the "gay" couple in the field outside my kitchen window; (yes, you can tell a lot of dishes get smashed and food burned as my concentration wanders!! :) ) Such a smart and larger than life, handsome donkey together with a rather odd "pantomime"-looking pony - but truly I have never known such hysterical animal behaviour: they are a riot!! We have so much to learn about ourselves as we see nature living life to the full all around us! Feel good factor is here, Sherry! TY for this marvellous celebration in Doolittle style! Kate xx
Reviewed by jude forese 4/30/2005
love is beyond the stripes we have been adorned with ...

an educative and fun poem!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/29/2005
Animals can teach us lessons, Sherry. You say it well here. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 4/29/2005
Like Ron, I say, this is so cool, both the poem and the zonkey. I love the way you told the story and the message you wove in for us humans. :-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 4/29/2005
In doing some reading, I have found that the actual name for this X-Breed is Zonkey...I had no idea that zebras mated with donkeys and not sure if I had heard of a Zorse either which is a zebra/horse-X. Love happens to even the most unlikely couples... ;~)
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/29/2005
This is so co0l. I believe the animals will accept him just fine..
humans, well, no comment...
Co0l picture too.......
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/29/2005
Awwwwwwww...bless so adorable!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Michelle Mills 4/29/2005
ROTFLMAO!!! I love it! So adorable, and your rhythm is wonderful too. Blessings, Michelle
Reviewed by Sue Hess 4/29/2005
this is so true for humans too, when people mix, they aren't always accepted, which is a sad commentary on people, the animals will probably work it out better than we do
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/29/2005
Sherry, this is such a delighful whimsical story/poem.

done with your wonderful rhythm and rhyme that is

always perfection to read! Funtastic write!The pic is great,and
Zebkey is adorable,I see the stipes on
his legs wonder what he'll look like
grown?



Love,

Eileen
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/29/2005
THis is sooo cute but yes it does have a lesson and a moral to the story. Great topic and write Sherry.

Felix
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/29/2005
Don't sweat it, Sherry, when the time comes and the she-zebra and the she-donkey see what the zebkey has to offer, they'll be cat-fighting over it.



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