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- They say it takes a mighty frame
To truly feel great thirst...
And their frame puts a whale to shame:
These frames so fit to burst.
- And hunger, I have heard it said,
Takes hold when there is toil.
And Veetan life seems overfed
In labor... and its spoils.
- The Veetan stomach goes for miles
In belly laughs when filled
But there are moments between smiles
When aching hunger builds
- And when it comes, it's not a toy,
Not cute, not something dear:
A Veetan eating is not joy
But more like "abject fear."
- - Seamus McCarthy
- First human poet to watch a Veetan eat up close
- This is the first time a poem appears in the comic.