A dark and stormy night

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This is an endless peom, an infinate poem because you can just keep saying it an saying it. (I added the bit on the end so I could finish it)...another passed down generations...
(If you know where St Helens is in England it's said in that sort of way...)

Submitted: June 25, 2011

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It was a dark an' stormy neet,

Thur wur two men in a boat,

An' one said 'tut 'tuther,

"Tell us a story bill",

An' he said "alreet"...

(This bit is what it really says, without the accent)

It was a dark and stormy night,

There were two men in a boat,

And one said to the other,

"Tell us a story bill",

And he said "Alright"...

It was a dark and stormy night,

There were two men in a boat,

And one said to the other,

"Tell us a story Bill",

And he said "Alright"...

 

It was a dark and stormy night,

There were two men in a boat,

And one said to the other,

"Tell us a story Bill",

And he said "NO!"


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