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Sitting Bull
by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper

Monday, March 02, 2009
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The battle of the Little Big Horn ended it for general George Armstrong Custer, the Indian luster.

Sitting Bull liked to sit
but he wouldn't quit
The Indian chief was
a luster
his main focus was
General Armstrong Custer
The general didn't want
the Indians to muster

General Armstrong Custer
was also a luster
He had a big hard on for
the big Indian Chief
and needed some relief
All the lusting ended at
the Little Big Horn
The general regretted
the day he was born

Sitting Bull became a hero
after knocking off Custer
The general and his men
no longer could muster
Neither could Sitting
Bull sit
After the battle he
had to get

He and his family fled to Canada


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Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 3/3/2009
Great poem,take care

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/2/2009
good one!!
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 3/2/2009
This is fun, Gem. From what I've read, Custer was in love
with his hair. -gene.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/2/2009
And here I thought you might be talking about the great amounts of bull we get from those that sit in political office...;-) ed

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