NaPoWriMo Poem #9: King Julien Of Madagascar

King Julien, a ring-tailed lemur,
From, ‘The Penguins of Madagascar’,
In the story animals could talk,
And penguins could drive a car.

King Julien, the self-proclaimed king,
A great dancer who loves to whistle,
With his subjects, Maurice and Mort,
In the zoo he lives, without a castle.

He tricked Dr. Blowhole into trusting him,
When he was actually on the right side,
He was a hero to defeat Dr. Blowhole,
And the four penguins celebrated with pride.

The world famous lemor, King Julian.
The world famous lemor, King Julien of Madagascar.

The Penguins of Madagascar

The Penguin of Madagascar.

I watch ‘The Penguins of Madagascar’ on TV3.

The story is about four penguins going on adventures.

I love to watch ‘The Penguins of Madagascar’ because it is so funny.

At first the four penguins usually lose to their nemesis; but after that they’ll try very hard and they’ll win.

The first time I watched The Penguins of Madagascar’, I thought that it was the ‘Madagascar 2’.

The first episode that I watched was ‘Roger Dodger.

In Malaysia, ‘The Penguins of Madagascar’ is aired on TV3 every Saturday at 9:30 AM.

The protagonist of this TV show is Skipper.

Skipper is the leader of the group and who plans of how to solve problems that they face in their adventures.

The deuteragonist is Kowalski.

Kowalski helps Skipper to analyse the situation, draw plans and invent things in solving problems.

Rico is the tritagonist.

Rico’s job is to keep and carry useful things.

He swallows them and keep the things safe until Skipper needs them.

Anyway, sometimes when Skipper asks for something very important like a torchlight, Rico’ll give him silly things like playing card or a torch light.

And the second tritagonist is Private.

Private doesn’t have any specific role so he’ll do anything that Skipper asks him to do. He is very friendly with King Julien, the lemur.

 

Skipper
Kowalski
Private
Rico

Other characters in the stories are:

  1. Marlene
  2. Maruice
  3. Mort
  4. King Julien