Glitters And Gold - Poem by Thoams Lin
Glitter I touch from the little handy candy man
Bought a little yummy lollipop
Trouble with the dime I have.
I has a golden metal cup
To sell in a luxury jewelry truck
Changing with the nickel to wrap into tiny hand
Greedy seller want to up, to more than this poor cup
He want all glitter but not like gold
Because gold can lost and glitter can’t lost
Keeping glitters are free from stranger
Keeping gold can be stolen from the foe.
Shadow of gold and bag of glitter
Arguing! to time for high the price
From selling gold from a crazy truck
Left quickly from chasing man.
Wondering when I arrived home
Because it was a cup which belong to my grandma bag
This cup old for many years
I keep it again to be brighter than glitter
For arguing to another row of truck!
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