Pie Man

A Pie - Poem by Pie Man

A Pie.
Who would not die for a pie?
I lie in bed and think of pie
Who would not die
for pie?

But if I had pie
would I die?

I choose to lie
In bed
Thinking about pie
So much that i would die!
But if I die
Then I couldn't eat pie.

Me, being a guy,
And being so shy,
Would surely try
And steal a pie.

Please do not cry
Because I stole your pie.
If you do,
I shall dry
your eye.

When I have stollen all the pie,
I will lie
In bed
And think of all that pie

I would surely die
Without any more pie.
But no matter how hard I tried,
There would be no more pie.
So here I lie,
thinking of pie...



Where is the pie?

I ate it.
Goodbye Pie.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 3, 2010

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