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Leggo my Eggo

Poetry By: RJohnson

Tags: Humor, Poem


Submitted:Jan 11, 2009    Reads: 108    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   

I stole my daughter's eggo and I paid.

I no longer mess with her because I'm afraid.

When I took her eggo, she put super glue in the honey.

The fork got stuck to my tongue and it wasn't funny.

I pulled and pulled at the fork until I accidentally ripped out my tongue.

I didn't think that an eggo would mean so much to a person so young.

I took her eggo again and she got a red hot coal out of the fireplace.

She put it down my pants and I screamed so loud that it could heard in space.

When I took my daughter's eggos, she got meaner and meaner.

I got her eggos and I also got a deep fried wiener.

I never thought I'd be treated so badly by someone who is kin.

If I live to be a hundred, I'll never steal her eggo again.


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