Philo Yan

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CRUSH!


Two little girls sitting with a boy,
Sharing a cup of coke,
Girl on his right grabbing like a toy,
He jabs the other girl a poke.
She's bursting out in laughter, that's what it took,
The wheels of love turning on it's spoke.

Submitted: Sunday, August 19, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is based on a drawing I did of a young boy sitting between 2 little girls on a wooden bench with iron wrought handles, holding a cup of coke with his left fingers.

The older girl on his right has her left leg and arm wrapped behind his right leg and his neck respectively, while the boy's left leg is poking the younger girl's right foot. She is eyeing the younger girl with suspicion.

The younger girl is throwing her head back and bursting out in laughter with both hands placed on the bench.

You can view this drawing at:

https: //picasaweb.google.com/115604348708138178965/MyArtCorner2012#5778358716715744242

Thanks for looking and Have An AweSome Day!

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