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Laura Cummings

Rookie (Friday 16th October 1987 / Alexander Hospital, Redditch.)

A Poem To Jack


I was snooping around my mates lap,
And his name was Jack,
What was found there,
Can only be described,
As two big biscuits and a shortcake.
The smell to each was distinct to its own,
And can never be replicated.
O Jack why did you leave me,
I thought forever we would be,
I only wanted a biscuit after dribbling on your knee.

Submitted: Thursday, March 03, 2005
Edited: Monday, January 07, 2008

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