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D.C. Berry - Hamlet Off-Stage: Mona Gator

Our mascot lives low, a baby alligator.
She's our happy-and-sad mask all at once,
Mona Lisa her name. She's my ideal,
her wrap-around grin both a smile and snarl.

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Poet: D.C. Berry
Poem: Hamlet Off-Stage: Mona Gator
Poem of the Day: Oct 18 2013

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