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Author: PiperH
ASL Info:    17, F, Georgia
Elite Ratio:    3.89 - 253 /299 /172
Words: 182
Class/Type: Poetry /Comedy
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I miss him.... lol... not really. But I did lose a doll that I had an attachment to when I was little. I'm sure everyone can relate to this in some way. I'm not good at making people laugh, but I wanted to write a funny poem. I hope you like it. :)


Remember When



Remember when
It was just the two of us
you would sit next to me
on the school bus
we were happy
laughing and playing
you understood me
but didn't know what I was saying
the other kids laughed
but I didn't care
I was always glad
that you were there
do you remember when
we snuggled in bed
and talked and talked
until night was dead
you were always there
when I was sad
through thick and thin
through good and bad
I miss you a lot
but it had to end
mom said i was too old
to keep playing pretend
so off you went
to my sister crib
where she drooled on you
like she did with her bib
Do your remember?
I doubt that you do
your not real
and i'm talking to you
So my childhood is dead
my innocence gone
the dog chewed you up
your all over the lawn
but I will always remember
my first best friend
R.I.P Mr. Bear
I'm sorry it had to end











Submitted on 2009-05-30 23:44:51     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Aww this poem is sweet! I like how the length and the words you use keep the reader guessing as to whom the poem is for - i first thought you were referring to a childhood friend, then to a lover, and then a friend, and then to a pet, and them finally at the end it was for your bear, its adorable.

keep it up! and keep us guessing :D

oh and ps, i think you mean "sister's crib", there's no apostrophe :D
| Posted on 2009-05-31 00:00:00 | by EdwardScissorhands | [ Reply to This ]


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