Dorian Petersen Potter


Silly Billy (Free Style) - Poem by Dorian Petersen Potter

You said you don't like what I draw,
But I don't care what you think about it, don't you see?
Because anyway I like drawing pictures just for me
And I don't really care anything about you anyway

What I do is my own business and not yours
You're just jealous because you can't even draw the letter 'a'
Just leave me alone and go far away!
When you go away I promise you I won't cry

You better stop following me around,
You better don't put me down!
My drawings are better than yours
And that's why your head is so sore!

Your drawings look so silly
And that's why they call you silly Billy
'Cause you like eating beans and chili
Directly from a freeze and very chilly!

What I do is my business and not yours
You're just jealous because the teacher likes me
Best and she doesn't really like you
Anymore, 'cause you dumped upon her head glittered glue!

What a way was that to go
Keep it high or keep it low
My pants are much better than yours you know
You can cry and whine, I still keep you on your toes!

Cause you like eating beans and chili
And that's why they call you silly Billy!

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A children's poem.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, August 2, 2013


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