The penguin colony poem

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 A colony of penguins, so regal and grand

Their tuxedos black, their feet so grand

They waddle and they slide with such finesse

Their home, an icy wilderness

They huddle close together, through the night

To keep warm in the frigid cold, they must unite

But come the morning, they'll spread their wings

And take to the sea, to hunt and to sing

So here's to the penguins, oh so grand

Their beauty, their grace, their icy land

May their colonies thrive, forevermore

On the snowy slopes, and the frozen shore

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