Poem for Hugs and Kisses challenge

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poem i wrote for the challenge by Hugs and Kisses. I had to use the words gree, woven, sauce, napkin, and maple, which are underlined. it isn't the greatest, but i had never heard the song before, and i just wrote what popped into my head. hope u don't think it's too bad!!

Submitted: July 28, 2008

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As he sings, his green eyes sparkle

His gaze woven into mine

His voice sweet as maple sugar

As he sings of how lucky he is

To have me, and I wish for a napkin

To wipe my wet eyes

But when he says I need a cuter jersey

For our soccer team

I can't help but think

That this guy

Is better than sweet and sour sauce


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