Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Two Sunflowers move to a Yellow Room


Two Sunflowers move to a Yellow Room
Two Sunflowers move to the Yellow Room
they were in the other room not the yellow room they were not getting any sun shine on them at all and so the ewe and the eye decided to move them both into the yellow room at once have you ever seen such sad sunflowers almost wilted almost gone
we think they will come back unless someone forgets they dont drink beer it is not good for them
the beer will kill the green needs water in the roots the sunflowers clash with the yellow room
sunflowers turning red oh yuck why did we wait so long to move the dead
prune them things
hers seem to do so much better then mine
hers is almost green again
she tells me to give mine more time
the rain in the main part of the house
just kidding get a pott get a dropper for the mouse
move the yellow sunflowers turned brown
asking for less water now
more sun

Submitted: Saturday, June 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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William Blake / Nancy Willard /a charlax paroday poem
Two Sunflowers move to a Yellow Room

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