205 a poem
Once upon a time there lived a dumb monkey
He looked like crap and smelled kind of funky.
The dumb prime ape’s father was the ruler
And the dumb monkey thought this made him cooler.
His father owned the biggest banana empire.
This little monkey hoped to one day raise their status higher.
The years went by, the dumb monkey had grown older,
But this hadn’t helped him become smarter or bolder.
His father had long ago resigned from his position.
His old age bringing some ill-condition.
Another monkey had ruled over them for the past few years
And he recently did some odd ‘monkey business’ or so it appears.
So this monkey, too, would have to step down
Giving the dumb monkey a chance to rule again, taking back the crown
Almost as soon as he became ruler, some of the monkeys started to insult him
Calling him stupid and throwing banana peels from a limb
But the monkey feared not, for he and half the people believed this to be true
That the great ape was with the monkey, therefore he was right, not you.
Sometime after, the poorer monkeys became poorer and lost their food
They all blamed the dumb monkey for the loss and the bad mood
The dumb monkey became so stressed that he took an unexpected vacation
And arrived at an unknown, wonderful location.
The land was filled with strange creatures and that tasty fruit
He began contemplating on how he would attempt to loot
Then it suddenly hit him and he went back
Knowing how he would start his attack
He immediately planned the event upon his arrival
His new attempt for his empires revival
After hours of thinking, to his satisfaction
He came up with a crazy abstraction
The next day he called everyone to talk
Still some of the monkey’s continued to mock
“Listen to me, fellow brothers in this commune
“There is a disastrous item in the land of the baboon
“This item that I’ve found that could be so bad you wonder ‘what?’
“It’s a hard cased fruit called the coconut!
“The baboons surely plan on our destruction
“by giving us all a cannon concussion
“So before we all soon are dropped,
“We must take initiative, they must be stopped!”
Soon an army of military monkeys were formed
The next week the baboons land they stormed
A harsh, barbarous battle soon ensued
The baboons knew for sure they were screwed
A victory for the monkeys, or so you’d believe
Some of the monkeys fond out they had been deceived
Every other animal in the jungle began looking down upon them
Forever was this species to be condemned
Some of the monkeys stood up to the dumb monkey and said
“There are no coconuts in the jungle, banana-head!”
This story was told the way it was to avoid the government
And has been hiding all its true content
There were no animals, only nations
All filled with accusations
There were no banana’s but wealth
And even more devastating weapons said to take our health
Now the events portrayed in this story may be true
But the final decision on what to believe is up to you
However, one thing we should have learned
Lying to get what you want is not the best way it’s earned
the number above is how many days left till graduation.