angus barry


The Little Bad Lad's Lollipop - Poem by angus barry

Once there was a little lad
He was really really bad.
When his mum said no
Away he would go
And throw a tantrum in the house next door.

His Dad had a rage
And locked him in a cage
Where he was given water and bread
So he said
'I'll be good as I should if you give me a lollipop.

His Dad let him out
And gave a shout
As his son
Pulled out a gun
And shot him twice in the head

He got out of the cage
And went on rampage
He hijacked a car
Ran over his Ma
And drove to Las Vegas

He was followed by the police
For shooting his Dad, Bro and neice
With TNT he blew up their car
And walked into the nearest bar
Ouch!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 5, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, November 5, 2005


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