Alexander Coppedge

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Seasons Greetings

If there was a wish I hope true
I wish each day as a new year to you
Count down to party
A roaring cheer
So we come here
Jiggle-ly, jangle-ly and jagged-ly
The way things should be
Tumbling, tossing-ly and turning
Progressive forward to see
Laughing-ly pleasant desirably soft
Joyous-ly cheerful-ly love without cost
Jiggle-ly tossing-ly love without cost
Jagged-ly pleasant desirability soft
Joyous laughter progressive cheer
The way things turning should be
Happy New Year

Submitted: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013
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To the hopeful endeavors we face day to day

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