Mean Boy - Poem by Samantha Murray
Mean boy jungle in a space with no sock on him foot, pass with a riddle an drop on a hook.
A laugh him laugh after him walk in the class with out him school book.
Mean boy dried bread an sausage, bag juice an water.
When the children beg him some here what he said 'I have non to offer'.
Mean boy love the weight, every day him go buy sweet bread an cheese that just bake.
Mean boy high in the average, stuck in the sight, him no have no sense when it comes on to friends are fight.
Mean boy lose his head after just lose him sight.
Mean boy was too mean no body care about mean boy again, cause now he is in the dark an they are in the light.
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