Children Poetry posted February 9, 2018


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I'm A Brand New Me.

I Sunk The Junk.

by rhonnie69

I have too many useless things,
that I don't really need.

A parrot when I feed it,
It makes my finger bleed.

I have a little puppy,
That soils my mommy's floor.

I have too much sweet stuff,
From the candy store.

I brag about my scooter,
Just because its new.

I have Sega and Nintendo,
X-Box and PS-2.

I have a stack of worthless games,
For which I had to pay.

I have a widescreen TV set,
That sits me down all day.

I have a bunch of brand named clothes,
I hardly ever wear.

I wasted money on Air Force Ones,
Not one, but two pairs.

I never really act like me,
But like other kids I know.

I fake and make the same mistake,
Everyplace I go.

I never do my homework,
I goof off in school.

I disrespect the teachers,
And break every rule.

Aren't you glad you're not like me?
Aren't you glad you're you?

Aren't you glad that you're to smart,
To do dumb things I do?

TODAY! I changed my habits,
TODAY! I changed my ways.

TODAY! I will be good, like you,
And I'll see better days.

I "HAD" : too many useless things,
That I don't really need.

TODAY! I left those things alone.
I SUNK THE JUNK!

And took some time to read.

And read...and read...and read...AND READ!


























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