23 Fitzroy Road, Fidgeting Smile - Poem by DAVID GERARDINO
FIDGETING smile, drat that bone.
BREEZE sprang up, send all the
big bad vultures home.
CHEERFUL confusion makes
extraterresttrial laugh, drat that
bone, i know it come back.
LEAPING, leaping, leaping
like frog, finding no botten, better
call or phone home,
FIDGETING smile, drat that bone,
breeze sprang up, send all the bad
ass vultures home.
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