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vincent armone

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A childrens poem 2

Lovely little Lucy Love, cute as a lovely bug
Hair so perfect, eyes so sweet, but dam is she evil underneath
Kids wont play with her, she so mean, kicks little kittys
to hear them scream, lovely little lucy love, cute as squished bug

Only 6, but wow so mean, not even the devil wants her on his team
tear her teddys head off, rip out the fluff fill it with dirt, man thats tough
screams and yells till get what she wants, then turns around
gives her mom stinky farts, little Lucy love, cute as wine stained rug

all the kids they made a plan, time to give lucy her last stand
Lucy was playing no surprise by herself, crushing a bug what else
the kids they circled Lucy, she looked with hell, but for her there was
no help, what do you want, go away, if you dont I will make you all pay

yea little Lucy we will go away, because alone is what you will be
for the rest of your days, hit you not we will not, because unlike you
we are a happy lot, have fun being alone, we hope you do
because we all fell bad for a person like you

all the children walked away, and lucy screamed dont need you all
anyway, then there was silence, no one around, even the bugs left
just dirt on the ground, Lucys mom came up the steps.
lucy time for dinner, right you dont care, want to sit there and fret

Lucy jumped to her feet, and ran to her mom, tears for the first time
in stead of a frown, mommy I am bad dont want to be alone
please tell me you love me and I can go home
Lucy I dont know what to say, but you are my daughter everyday
as you grow older you will learn more lessons like today
what you do with them only you can say

They walked from the park hand and hand
lucy waved to the kids, who also waved there hands
for there they knew that lucy fell for the plan
now she knows that life can be grand
Lovley little Lucy Love

Submitted: Thursday, June 04, 2009

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