Tizzy Barion

Just A Little Game - Poem by Tizzy Barion

It was just a little game I thought,
mom and dad and the rest,
They were playing dead you said,
And yelled because I was a pest,
But the truth is down upon me,
because they really are dead,
thanks to you now,
tears fall onto my bed.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 22, 2005

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