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    dots Submission Name: Holler at medots
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    Author: Pumps
    Elite Ratio:    0.23 - 0/0/4
    Words: 137
    Class/Type: Poetry/Comedy
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    Description:
       After a year of being strung up on this one guy.. i realised one day that i hadnt thought of him in a while.. felt pretty good, and i was exploding with energy.. so i sat down, and this kind of flew out. felt liberating.


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    dotsHoller at medots
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    Holler at me liberation station.

    this new "freeness"

    is scratching my back,

    with two hands.

    Long nails,

    groomed.

    Who would have known,

    lil red ridin' hood

    dressed in brown,

    would ever make it this far without a frown?

    there were far too many to pass around.

    Quit rhyming so much!

    you're yankin my chain,

    if i had a mans chain i'd yank it myself.

    wow, thats unholy.

    That aint my style,

    oh heavens no sir,

    i'm more of a putter put putter,

    a har-de-har-har.

    now, if you knew me well enough to har back

    you'd know what i was saying.

    i'm just a girl whos over THAT guy,

    and ive NEVER FELT BETTER!




    Submitted on 2006-08-20 20:40:27     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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