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Mark and Micheal,
were identical twins,
who would confuse,
every one in the world,
who do not know them.

One time came,
Mark bought a boat
that knocked the same day,
Micheal's mum died.

A few days later,
a funny old lady,
short and small,
mistaking him for his brother.

She said i'm sorry to hear
about your loss,
you must  feel  it terrible",
Mark, thinking that she
was meaning his boat.

He replied a big no,
really i'm glad to be rid of her,
she was a rotten old thing,
directly from the start.

Her engine was all shrivelled,
and smelled like a seven days 
dead dog!
she was always losing 
her  water and had a big
crack in the back,
even a pretty big hole in the front.

Every time i used her,
her hole becomes big,
and she leaked like crazy.

Finally i guessed,
what finished her when i rented
her the five big guys,
looking for a good time.

I warned them all,
she wasn't very good,
but all the fools tried to get
in her ! she split right up
the middle",
The old lady fainted.

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