Published: February 6, 2018
By Mark Seth Lender
(Photo: © Mark Seth Lender)
Al Bear – Al Bear, meet Mark Seth Lender.
(At Churchill Wild, en route to Arviat, August 11, 2011)
What I like Al Bear is the Whiteness of his hair,
And he doesn’t seem to care how close I stand.
He doesn’t rise to greet me –
‘Cause he knows that he can eat me –
I hope his dinner wasn’t made of Spam.
And I hope his breakfast isn’t who I am.
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