Babette Teeth

Seven Dwarfs - Poem by Babette Teeth

the seven little dwarfs are really lovely
they 're sometimes kind and amusing
we can't hate them

Like this little boy
not up to 1.70 meters
never to be naughty
never to be seen doing any sports outside
Wearing a talented smile
Making you warm

Yet you wonder
what's wrong with this boy
Can he just think
Sound with his voice?
and that's weird
to ever see the empty trousers
swaying away as walking by

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 7, 2006

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