The Loch Ness Monster

Eating tea in the hut by the Loch.

I saw a girl sitting on a rock.

She had a camera.

Her name was Pamela.

Suddenly, from the Loch a monster rose.

Pamela screamed as it snapped off her toes.

She grabbed her camera and the monster struck a pose.

Then it gobbled up poor Pamela from head to missing toes.

I shook my head in disbelief.

Was the school bully gone? What relief!

Then the monster, all claws and teeth.

Sunk down below, back to the Loch Ness reef.

Later on I told my friends.

They said "What a looney! He's round the bends!"

But I knew the story, I knew the truth.

Because all that was left of Pamela was a molar tooth.

The End

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