Stacey Gibbs

Rookie (October 26,1988 / Kansas City, Missouri)

Snow White: Sonnet 3 Poem by Stacey Gibbs


Snow White and the dwarfs
Did a line of Sugar Boogers
While sitting in the forest
Which was full of Candy Sugars
Snow White took an apple
Which was filled with Gin
She drank it down with Snow filled Snapple
And fell on a big, fat pin
This is why Snow White lies
Under the Big C
From now on in the sky she flies
Over the Mojo key
Snow White died in vain
Because she did a lot of Cocaine


(4/4/07)

Submitted: Saturday, April 07, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 12, 2011

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