Jacob Daniels


Leo Leo Leo Valdez


Leo Leo Leo Valdez had to go and cry,
For that's how uncle Rick made him,
So I guess we must not complain,
But Leo Leo Leo, doing what he must,
He didn't want close the doors,
But he saved the job for himself,
And so he went with Nico,
To close the doors of death,
And as the doors were closing,
Percy thought silently to him self,
Well at least poor Leo Leo Leo Valdez
Isn't by himself,
And Annabeth remembered just how they tried to hid,
While discreetly holding hands, walking around coach Hedge.
Meanwhile, Frank couldn't stop thinking of how he and Leo fought,
Even thought Leo Leo Leo didn't really want Hazel,
And looking just as the doors closed,
Hazel saw Nico reach out and grab Leo's hand,
And a tear rolled down her face as the doors,
Slipped shut while in piper's mind,
One of her otps, just had one of the best and most dramatic moments,
And Jason came up to her and said, 'Piper, it's okay.'
Because at that very moment Piper had whispered to herself,
'Oh Leo Leo Leo.' And everyone was thinking,
Leico will be, together.

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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