Ondrea Marisa Robinson
Anastasia - Poem by Ondrea Marisa Robinson
There was a girl who was very nice;
Her name was Anastasia Lynn Rice.
She was afraid of mice;
But for that, she paid the price.
She wants to have an engagement ring
From her boyfriend, David Antonio Mourning.
Anastasia feels like she has her king
To keep her warm and make her heart sing.
Anastasia has a mother named Victoria
And she has two sisters named Veronica and Gloria.
Her father, Erick, acts like the warrior,
But when they're together, they feel merrier.
Now you know about the girl who was born in Flint;
If anyone doesn't know, he or she better get the hint.
Televisions come with some tint,
But Anastasia Lynn Rice comes with some mint!
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