Kill Poem

The Walrus - - CONTENTS - By Wil­liam Val­lières

I found a mouse Caught in the trap. I killed the mouse With quick lit­tle taps.

Its shrieks were squeaks To my hu­man ears.

Tap tap tap

With my boot heel.

The mouse man came With all his poi­sons. Lit­tle pink pel­lets Is what was cho­sen.

Now no mice

Move through the walls. Now no mice

Bother to call.

Lit­tle pink pel­lets, Lit­tle pink pills.

It’s all very hu­man, I don’t have to kill.

No mice in the walls Means I can work. Tap tap, a poem. Tap tap, this verse.

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