Have I, or anybody, ever told

Of tales like this, so young and sweetly meek

About this boy? A boy so brave and bold

That slept inside a tent for days and weeks.


This boy was wild but silly. Kids adored

His style, too suave and cool. A smile so bright,

It helped along that global warming. Bored

He never made us: stories full of fright!


But full of crap that boy was, spewing lies

And stories false. We hate his guts so bad!

We wished he’d die by car or plane so high

Above and crash, then burn. We wouldn’t be sad.


Beware! If you do see this boy come near,

Remember all the lies! Do give a leer!


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A Mind Like No Other (Read it free on Kindle Unlimited)

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