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    dots Submission Name: Brothers and Sisters in Obesitydots

    Author: BerthaButt711
    Elite Ratio:    0.23 - 0/1/2
    Words: 140
    Class/Type: Poetry/Friendship
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       This poem is dedicated to my best friend, Bathilda. We met one day on the treadmill, and ever since we have been dear friends, pushing each other on in our quest to lose weight! She counseled me when I accidentally crushed my new horse due to my weight, and I helped get her through the pain of not being able to fit in her mini cooper. Thank you Bathilda! You have my back, and I've got yours (or should I say BUTT!)

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    dotsBrothers and Sisters in Obesitydots

    Rain was pounding down around me
    Like a sobbing child's tears
    And looking to the sky above me
    Saw the gray, and felt the fear

    Pressed I on, towards the place
    Where I never desire to go
    But, putting on a strong, brave face
    Enter the gym I've come to know.

    I struggle through my daily workout
    To reduce my buttocks size.
    I heard a sound, and turned about
    To see a girl with smiling eyes.

    Somehow, we began to chat
    And I invited her over to eat
    Over our healthy foods-no fat!
    We shared our stories as we sat.

    And though we are different
    We are joined by butts so wide
    This stranger, who I met that day
    Is now a friend of mine!

    Submitted on 2009-07-23 16:48:12     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      it was good but the second part was a little iffy and then you pulled the rest togethere so it was oretty good
    | Posted on 2009-07-31 00:00:00 | by Tank | [ Reply to This ]

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