Springbox Child - Poem by Neil Solan
The world is a beautiful place
But it's filled up with things
I'd much rather erase,
If you want to lick a dead bird my friend,
You'd better do it with your lace.
Taking care of someone elses child
Take some guts man,
You sure are wild,
Did you ever think you'd open THAT door
And with so much style?
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