Jean Francois Le Goff

Rookie (pontivy (France))

Another clowns two


Why the clowns are dirty?
Why the clowns are sad?
Why the clowns are bad?
Why the clowns are ferocious?
Why the clowns are malicious?
Why the clowns are liar?
Why the clowns are piggish?
Why the clowns are morbid?
Why the clowns are seedy?
Why the clowns are gross?
Why the clowns are wrong?
Why the clowns are brainless?

- For you. For your pleasue
for your joy
o my cherub
for make laugh the ckildren
my beloved

- O! Yes
I explode with laughter
I double up
I have fun
I am happy
I am joyful

- You have an excellent education

- O! Yes mum.

Submitted: Sunday, May 28, 2006
Edited: Sunday, May 28, 2006

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