Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
A Little Boy Named Snoopy - Poem by Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
There was a little boy named Snoopy
He was always snooping around
He would go one place and then another
One day, he looked and saw a beautiful vase with a cork
He picked up the vase, removed the cork and rubbed the vase
A beautiful genie girl came out
Snoopy was afraid, but she said, 'Snoopy, don't be afraid'
'Tell me, Snoopy, what would you have me give you? '
He said, 'I would like everyone to have health, wealth and
'That is a wonderful request and it is granted. Thank you, Snoopy'
May 2,2006, Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
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