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by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper

Sunday, August 17, 2003

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The big bad wolf was hungry, and angry because he had a taste, for the lamb chops in haste. Mary had other plans, for the wolf's demands.

Mary's little lamb,
knew he tasted as good as ham,
so he didn't give a dam,
about the big bad wolf named sam.

Sam needed his fix in a hurry,
because he was so so hungry.
He had already ate little red riding hood,
but was still in a hungry mood.

Sam made his plans,
to get his hands,
on Mary's little lamb,
but instead of success his plans went bam!!!!!

When sam sneeked up to grab the lamb,
Mary gave him a slam.
So old wolf Sam,
went and feasted on the sleepy farmers ham.

Sam thought as he feasted,
"this isn't over, I want that tender little lamb,
instead of this piggy ham."

So he sharpened his paws,
as he stuffed the ham in his jaws.

What he should have sharpened was his wit,
because none of Mary's lamb he would get.

Mary had a little lamb,
a little lamb,
that taste as good as ham,
but to get the feast you might get a slam,
just like the big bad wolf name Sam.

try ham,
instead of Mary's lamb.
Don't be like Sam.

He has a knot,
trying to get the lamb jackpot.

Moral of the story.

If you have something good,
it is best understood,
that if you don't stay alert,
your love my be hurt.

There's a Sam the wolf,
outside us,
and inside us.


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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/17/2003
Lovely message behind this one!!
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 8/17/2003
Excellent Grady Love this tale of Marys Lamb
Love Lady peg
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 8/17/2003
Wonderful, instructing and inspiring story.

"Mary's Little Lamb" a lesson to be learned now!

Thank You for posting "Mary'sLittleLamb"

Andre Emmanuel bendavi ben-YEHU

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