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skinny little girl,
walking down the hall,
skinny little girl,
soon to take a fall.
it’s saturday in june,
the parks and pools abuzz,
summer in its glory;
skinny girl’s head is
filled
with
fuzz.



“IT’S NOT FAIR,”
she says to no one,
as if they’d really listen,
the object in her hand,
from the window’s
gold
light glistens.

mr. harold left for work today,
upon arriving softly muttered,
“dealing with these problems kids,
should have gone to banking with my brother.”

skinny little girl, almost to his door,
mr. harold readies for his day,
just the same as any other…






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by wordman

And what..
What's that shinny thing in her hand? What is she going to do? What will happen to Mr. Harold. And will he deserve? How am I going to sleep tonight? Summer day and impending doom! Very good, regards huni.

( Posted by: Huni [Member] On: July 13, 2004 )

is what?
welllllllll, it could be a crucifx, but possibly a gun, better yet a talisman, don't stay awake till dawn, heehee! sweet dreams, the wordman...

( Posted by: wordman [Member] On: July 13, 2004 )

ooops
I mean crucifix, those darned ol' 'i's will get you every time!

( Posted by: wordman [Member] On: July 13, 2004 )





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