three family lymerics (old notebooks)

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

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Submitted: March 29, 2011

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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.

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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.

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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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