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Lulu's thoughts about the "Cowpat" matter, in response to Jessie's poem "Thank you, Lulu" which you can read here.

Why are all these humans here, I wonder?
My owner put me in this field, early today.
Told me to be a good girl.
Gave my back a rub and went away!

I don't like it here, all alone,
I have no friends to "moo" to!
So I have decided to make myself "comfortable"
And settle down.

I can see a lot of humans in the field now,
I reckon they must be watching me!
Following me about — I can't think why!

I don't understand humans at all,
They seem to be shouting and running about, getting
All excited at where I've "been"!

Us ladies don't like to speak of our "Doos" and "Don'ts"
But, if, being in a field, all alone
Doing the "Best" I can, will bring me fame,
I'll be available any time -
Just mention my name!!

Enquire, whenever I'm required — services rendered ASAP.

Lulu, better knokwn (soon, I hope)
As "Moo Poo Lulu"

By Jessie, October 2019

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