Cars - Poem by Justin Allen
I purchased a Lamborghinhi and a Aston Martin too
I even got a Ferarri that I can drive to the zoo,
Plus a brand new Pagani Zonda wow these cars are fast
I love these cars so much I won't sell them there a blast.
I had them all delivered to my house up in the in mountains
I hope they would fit next to my bird bath water fountains,
I know I am the richest 10 year old alive I just can't wait when i'm old enough to drive.
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