Shane Labossiere


Fire In The Sea


There was this boy
he was playing with his toy
by the sea he sat
he was kinda fat
then he noticed something in the sea
he wonderd what could that be?

he went closer oh my god
there's fire in the sea
how could that be?

he went to the village to tell everybody
there was to much commotion
could there be more emotion?

he wished somebody or anybody would listen to him
but nobody listened to him
he went back to the fire in the sea
he wounderd how could that be?

Submitted: Sunday, April 09, 2006
Edited: Monday, July 12, 2010
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