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Stanley Cooper

Rookie - 20 Points (August 4th,1926 / New York City)

A Fruity Spree


I love to munch on berries
They are so berry delicious
I also crave red cherries
Both tasty and nutritious

When a grape comes into view
Freshly picked right off its vine
I must give that grape its due
As a favorite choice of mine

Pineapple always sparks me
With a taste so very sweet
It deliciously marks me
As a sucker for this treat

The banana from the tropic zone
When peeled is so appealing
Teamed with ice cream in a cup or cone
Just sends my taste buds reeling

Mangos are delectable
When soft and over ripened
To them I’m quite susceptible
Even when they’re over-stipened

Now I have a master plan
I will strive to be
A healthy fruit-a-tarian
On a fruity fruitful spree

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008

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