Sid is a veil-tailed betta fish, a beauty.
He wears a fine crown, upon his head,
With flowing blue fins and tail, a cutie,
Purple streaks in the blue, finely thread.
The vivid red on his lower fins, is so bright,
That it outshines red roses, a wondrous sight.
Sidís fist owners gave mistaken abuse,
In a tank too small, he was sick and pale.
And a bigger tank was but of little use,
Lack of cleaning resulted in water foul.
So prize-winner Sid, once had a harder life,
But then his rescuer, saved him from strife.
She took him home, in a bag, on a train.
With no conditioner, the water grew murky,
His previous owners had hurt him again.
With a dash to the shops after the journey,
For cleaners and medicine to put in his tank,
He will recover, with his new owner to thank.
Being happy now, there are games Sid will play
When seeing food in fingers, he will give chase,
Put a finger against the tank, he will back away,
With a look of being offended, clearly on his face,
But if a mobile phone is held close to the glass,
Heíll watch a video intently,, a student first class.
Betta fish are beauties, many could enter and did.
Lets give three cheers for Easter Betta Winner, Sid.