Tommy Laster

Rookie - 66 Points (Feb 7 1988 / Born In Thomasville Ga Current City: Adel Ga)

Find A Dinosaur - Poem by Tommy Laster

Dig a hole 18 inches deep looking for dino bones,
t-rex chasing me in the past 800 B.c. looking for a get away,
man what a dream when I'm dreaming when I'm laying,
sharp teeth sharp fingernails sharp toenails reminds me of a giant,
Finding a dinosaur like finding a snowman in the snow,
Dance the T-Rex dance like it's 900 B.c. late in the past,
keep on chasing me while I drown trying to escape,
Pronounced dead while the T-rex rip into my sides,
hes eating me eating me out,
Find a dinosaur digging deep,
Dinosaur so big and tall find one before they find us,
1800 B.c. back in the past living like cave man,
lights goes out because of super storm,
light a fire that's our light,
no lighter because there are no lighter fluid in the past,
Find a dinosaur egg then the dinosaur comes finds us,
no fire through the smoke of the unclear eyes of a mother,
she'll be looking for kid egg while we dig for dino bones,
no luck out here in this hot heated dry land,
find a dinosaur no dino bones but I keep on digging.

FizTzle Aka Tommy Ray Laster
Poetry 2013

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 20, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, January 21, 2013

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