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TITLE (EDIT)
A Guy Who Didn't Talk
DESCRIPTION
A poem about a shy guy and his life.
[101 words]
AUTHOR
Corey Alissa
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[November 2000]
A Guy Who Didn't Talk
Corey Alissa

I knew a guy who didn't talk.
I say HEY and he says hi,
and i say wut up and he says bye
sometimes hes nice and then hes mean
he kinda looks like a bean
but hes a nice bean when he wants
and hes a mean bean when he tonts
beans can be bad if u have a dad
and beans are good if you have a bad lad
when the bad lad is bad, its beans we feed him
but when the bad lad is good we feed him wood
then he choked and died - real good.

 

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© 2000 Corey Alissa
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
November 2000
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