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Muah! (-}{-)

There’s nothing else to get me through the day, Than smothering my lips over your cute face, So soft and innocent I just want another taste, Of moments with you that take your breath away; It doesn’t matter who may point, look, and stare, As long as I can run my fingers through your hair, […]

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Walking by a candy shop, The sight of gumdrops made me stop, And with a penny in my hand, I entered into Candyland. The smell of chocolate was distinct, And then a sight caused me to blink, As if in answer to my prayers, I saw a million chocolate bears. Some were dark and some […]

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Ben And I

  I caught a turtle and a frog, And then I tried to catch a hog, But it would fight and make a squeal, I didn’t know how it would feel. I thought that it would play with me, But it just wanted to be free, To roll around in sloppy mud, I loved this […]

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I’m Five Years Old

I’m five years old, but almost six, My mommy says I’m big, I play outside in lotsa dirt, Because I like to dig. My nana’s name is Granny Smith, She gives me lotsa stuff, My brother’s name is Jason Smith, But he plays really rough. And…um ,um ,um…and…you know what? One time when I was […]

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A LIFE PASS BY – by Milou

In school we learn about addition Along with subtraction and division We learn about animals in extinction As well as people with affliction At university, you learn a profession And often life is a big depression Struggling through you continue your life You get a villa, a car, and maybe a wife I should probably, […]

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