Henry And Friends - Poem by Dorsey Baker
Henry and his friends, they love
fast food places!
Henry is a really short little man
with a small amount of hair upon
his upper lip and a bit of hair upon
He lives out of his sleeping bag.
He and his friends
gather at a table in the fast food places.
He buys a cup of coffee
and now and then
he buys some food. His friends gather around him
and they start to talk. Henry goes outside and buys
a newspaper. He reads the newspaper. He informs his
friends whats happening in the world. They start a
discussion which starts an argument! They sit in
the fast food place and argue about the daily news!
Its because they don't have nothing else to do!
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