Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
Gummy The Gumshoe - Poem by Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
There was a gumshoe named Gummy
Some people do not know what gumshoe is-a detective
Well, I will tell you a story
I was walking the streets lasrt night
I saw a shadow formed behind a street light
It did not scare me because I knew it was Gummy
Gummy was out trying to solve a crime
The crime was a murder
It was commited within a very rich family
Gummy searched for evidence and could find none and that is the end of the story
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