Treasure Island

stephan banks

(walsall)

loving the little terrors


Mondays child is naughty as hell, stamping their feet and choosing to yell

Tuesdays child is surely posessed, biting and screaming being a pest

Wednesdays child has been a little brat teasing the dog and kicking the cat

Thursdays child woke up in a really bad mood, wont do as their told keeps throwing food

Fridays child....well Fridays child is helpful, kind and happy 'i must say'

you know something i have been conned its pocket money day

oh the joys and the happiness that the little terrors bring

you could never take away the love for your offspring

stephan banks 12th february 2009

Submitted: Thursday, February 12, 2009

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