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    dots Submission Name: This Aint No Picnincdots

    Author: arod44
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 2/0/3
    Words: 168
    Class/Type: Deep Thought/Venting
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       It's about a Cigar-smoking, egotistical, self-centered, too loud-for-his-own-good type of boy. I don't know how common the phrase "This aint no picnic" is, but he said it all the time, like it never got old or something... Any thoughts?

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    dotsThis Aint No Picnincdots

    I hate your stupid phrase
    the one you thought
    applied to everything
    that I was beginning

    but how right you were
    you still have no idea
    like you still donít
    about what went wrong

    it wasnít a walk in the park
    when you babbled on and on
    or when you rambled about
    how you never want to marry

    there were no blue skies
    when you dropped me off
    on the corner of my street
    like you couldnít go more

    no chirping birds sang
    when your chapped lips
    found mine or when your
    tongue lingered inside

    definitely no soft breeze
    blew in my face as your
    stocky cigar scent invaded
    my nose, eyes, and mouth

    no cozy blanket lay beneath
    our awkward bodyís as your
    hands found my hair and
    tangled clumsily to tear

    to put it quite frankly
    into your fried brain
    I will just say, youíre right
    this really isnít a picnic.

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