The Very Successful Rich Man From Van Couver. - Poem by Michael Gale
T'was a man from Van Couver...
T'was a larger than life big shaker and mover.
He wrote books which became million dollar sellers...
He got where he was by being the best of the best damned spellers.
His books were turned into block buster movies and even ones made
He had a very voluptiouse and desireable wife by many worldly men.
With looks like hers, no wonder there was such much worldly sin...
He was a worldly successful author and star of a vast richness of wealth
that caused him to live a life while always walking around with a shit eaten grin.
Now that's the story of the shaker and mover from Van Couver...
He is a well known winner and not a mere stupidly poor loser-That
man from good ole' Van Couver.
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