Treasure Island

Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

(June 28,1919 / Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota.)

Grabby Gabby


Grabby Gabby was a little boy who was talking all the time
One day as he was walking, he saw on the sidewalk a dime

This started him to be grabby
Whenever he saw something shining, he would be grabby

One3 dayas he was walking, he saw a black shining lady's purse
He grabbed it and looked inside and found a lot of money in the purse

Also, he found a driver's license so he knew who the person was who owned the purse
So, he hurried to the ladie's house to return the purse

She was so happy that Grabby Gabby returned to her the purse and money
She gave him a reward of a large amount of money


June 29,2006, Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

Submitted: Thursday, June 29, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 12, 2010
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