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three family lymerics (old notebooks)

Miscellaneous By: brucek

here's three poems honoring each of my very wierd children, Jane, Alana, and Alex.

Submitted:Mar 29, 2011    Reads: 101    Comments: 10    Likes: 3   

I once had a daughter named Jane

Who some people thought was insane

But she grew up just fine

That young daughter of mine

Then she left on the very next train.


Now Alana grew up as a twin

That's why she almost never would grin

She didn't like sharing

Or too much comparing

That's why she's so skinny and thin.


To Alex I said listen sonny

Your stay in the bathroom's not funny

So hurry up please

'Cause I have to pee

But Dad, my bowels are runny!


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