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12 25

Contributed by beyfoxman5 on Friday, 25th November 2016 @ 08:40:46 PM in AEST
Topic: dedicatedpoems



It starts with a one and ends with a five
Two 2/'/s in the middle brings the dead alive
Brings life to a Phoenix Denny and value to Shreveport penny

It puts a halt on the life your livin
And gets your soul in touch with givin
It/'/s not what you want but what others do
Gets you closer to ones you know and those you knew.

12 25
A salute to The Man in the sky
12 25
He put his life on the line
12 25
It/'/s Christmas Day say hey
Another way to feel lucky today

It puts you in good mood feelin
When your big league eatin
About this day you were dreamin
Kids so happy, his head hit the ceiling

Can spend your day in pajamas
Ain/'/t nothing like a ride to mama/'/s
Most a day to get bundled up
For you it/'/s yours in the cup

12 25
A salute to The Man in the sky
12 25
He put his life on the line
12 25
It/'/s Christmas Day say hey
Another way to feel lucky today




Copyright © beyfoxman5 ... [ 2016-11-25 20:40:46]
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Re: 12 25 (User Rating: 1 )
by Invierno on Saturday, 26th November 2016 @ 07:26:36 PM AEST
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Pretty cool! Well done.

Invierno


Re: 12 25 (User Rating: 1 )
by JamesStockdale on Sunday, 27th November 2016 @ 07:37:29 PM AEST
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I liked this. I could actually invision it as a rap song. It was very unique and clever with an awesome visual.

James


Re: 12 25 (User Rating: 1 )
by duff on Monday, 28th November 2016 @ 11:30:25 AM AEST
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Your words have a whimsical flow to it which makes it a fun read. Well done!

duff




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