Identical Twins - Poem by bill costley
Corrine & Bonnie,
identical blue-eyed blonde long-legged twins
wiggle & scratch each others' backs,
pretending to be tyrannosauri, saying:
'We're 6, in the first grade! '
followed by their grandmother's
'Corrine's platinum, Bonnie's like I once was.'
07 SEP 14, V. V. Santa Clara CA) v.2
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