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5) An unbelieveable false poem


One fine morning, in the middle of the night...
two dead boys got up and began to fight....
Back to back they faced each other....
took out their knives and shot each other.
A deaf and lame police heard the noise...
came running and killed the boys...
believe these lies, cause they are really true...
ask the blind beggar, he saw it too

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2009

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  • Rookie Shyam Balaji (3/10/2009 2:03:00 AM)

    hey man! ! ! >..
    wot a write! ! ! ! >..amazing...its really superb....gr8 imagery...make it even more lengthier....liked it much...nd dude..ur not an average poet! ! ! ...keep going..all the best! ! ! ..bye.
    read ma poems nd comment on them....keep in touch..tc. (Report) Reply

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