Treasure Island

Robert Edgar Burns

(02/14/1953 / Dunedin, Florida)

Happy Tirthday 2 Bim!

In the photo you're mighty slim.
For the upcoming election
R U done with witness protection?

Happy day of your birth!
What planet was it, was it Earth?
I see that your chin
Is receding again.
Happy day of your birth!

How many candles will you
Have on your cake, more than 2?
You weren't born in leap year,
And the hair in your ear,
Tells me how many candles have you!

If this letter was simply a song,
Would our family be singing along?
On your special day
To the family I say,
Come now and let's sing this song!

'Happy Tirthday 2 Bim,
Happy Tirthday 2 Bim.
Happy Tirthday, Happy Tirthday,
Happy Tirthday (drum roll here) 2oooooo BIM! '

Submitted: Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 23, 2011
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