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An Easter present!
Friday, April 10, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Warning! included are rhymes and spelling mistakes, beware of severe strain on your intelligence!


Rabbit he came
His tail wrapped in cotton,
Playing a game,
This sweet little chick,
Unwrapped that cotton fur,
And that did the trick,
Hop to it he said,
Eggs are in the basket,
Let’s go right to bed,
And on Easter day,
More little chicks came to play,
More eggs to lie,
Hopping into bed,
The moral of the story,
Hoping round instead,
All morning I spend,
Hiding chocolate eggs,
Without sight of end,
A question it begs,
Who came first the chicken…..
Or the eggs, I mean…legs, of course, darn that didn’t rhyme,©
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Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/11/2009
Jasmin, this is too funny my friend -- of course, your legs came first -- I mean how can you lay eggs if you have no legs? -- peace and love -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 4/11/2009
Rhymes and typos are overlooked, dear J.H. Your heart is in this poetic gift! I hope no cat or dog can get to the chocolate, 'tho. Pure poison to their system...really. Have a lovely Easter, my friend!
Blessings and Love - Micke
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/11/2009
Hey! Hey!! Hey!!! look around those hiding places and find that little full of psychedelic colors brain of yours and....
Have a blessed Easter

Woff Woff !

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