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yvette smith

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Broccoli Boy

Broccoli boy ate too many GREENS
And because he was good and did as he should
And ate all his greens
He developed a large broccoli head
And while his only friend ate chips
Broccoli boy let not one chip touch his lips
But ate his greens and some Parsnips
And broccoli boy grew green and springy
And bouncy
But he was never green with Envy
And as he ate spring onions in spring
And his only friend left him for a barbeque
Broccoli boy felt lonely
And did not know what to do
Until peanut girl floated his way
She was NUTS for broccoli
And despite her windy pops
They formed a mixed salad with
A pair of carrot twins
And a tomato addict
And broccoli Boy
Had a broccoli kid callef billy
Who was pink cheeked and rebellious
And never ate greens ever
He was carnivorous and clever
And lived a normal burger bun life
With other junk food teens
And he often said 'Dad's dead...The broccoli boy was make believe
But on his own in a cupboard he sometimes eats greens

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 03, 2014

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