Two Lunatics In An Asylum - Poem by true poem
These two lunatics in an asylum decide they have enough,
they get to the roof,
there's a gap,
the first one jumps over with ease,
the other is scared of heights.
The other guy got a flashlight and shone it across the gap,
come on theres a beam you can balance over,
You'll turn off the torch when I'm in the middle of the gap!
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