henrik wetter


Faraway In The U.S.A. - Poem by henrik wetter

Faraway in the U.S.A.
An old, old couple
Lived on hay
One, one day
In the middle of may
They went to a bay
To buy some hay,
And in the bay
Where they bought the hay
They met a sting ray
On a sunny sunday.

When they got home
Their house was on loan
So they asked the big guy
For a strawberry pie,
He threw the pie
Right in their eye
They started to cry
So he said bye, bye.


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  • (1/25/2005 12:25:00 PM)


    Maybe your time would be better spent watching TV. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 25, 2005



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