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Nikolai Curtis


The Birds from Wisconsin


The birds above Louisiana went swift swift swift
As the current slowly fades into the sunlight
They sing about their saints, their beloved team
As they are traveling from the Louisiana Bayou
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Birds traveling from Wisconsin entered their flock
Singing about their packers, their beloved team
The Birds in the air screamed ahah ahah ahah
As they debated who would win the opening game
————————————————————
A bet was then put on the opening game
To see which one would become slaves for a week
The Birds from Wisconsin signed the dotted line
Anticipating the massacre of the saints
———————————————————————-
Months went by like friends and acquaintances
As the birds's countanence grew mightier and mighter as the edge of dawn
The day came like a thief in the night
And the birds flew to Wisconsin, anticipating a victory
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The Game started and it turned into a blow-out
Packers and their fans were fleeing the stadium
Before the Packers could even say cheese
The saints swiftly marched all over the Packers
—————————————————————
The enslaved birds marched in Louisiana
Singing glory to the Saints, forevermore
The Birds of Wisconsin never had it coming
When they joined the Birds that went swift, swift, swift

Submitted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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