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American on Holiday

Poetry By: Blond James Blond

Right, This is a poem I did for a reading.

Submitted:Oct 1, 2008    Reads: 252    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   

American Stereotype Poem.
Their cameras are a hanging,
And their bellies are a sagging,
The children are a moaning,
The parents are a chewing,
The guide is a yelling to make peace and
The guide starts a walking,
The Americans start a waddling,
The guide starts a talking,
Their children's start an eating,
Their cameras start a flashing,
The Guide continues talking,
The American's continue ignoring,
The other tourists moan,
The guide gets annoyed,
The American's start complaining,
That they could have seen this at home


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