Treasure Island

Cierra Williams

(March 26 1991 / greenwood)

The tears of a unicorn


I once seen a unicorn with a
tear in its eye. Oh how it was so sad

I never seen something so sad it made me want to cry

I was ready to die

I went up to the unicorn and I brushed the unicorn with a silver brush
I seen the owner of the unicorn and I had a crush

Submitted: Monday, April 25, 2005
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