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Cabbage Patch Kids Of North Korea

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Cabbage Patch Kids Of North Korea

     Cabbage Patch Kids Of North Korea

Most N. Koreans go to camp, Camp 22
365 days a year they stay
Eat 1 head of cabbage every day forever
They don’t need sun or play they say
Work occupies them
Children turn in their parents for some bread
Watch them tortured 
When they die the children cry with joy
Wish they had more parents to sacrifice
To glorify the state for food
Cabbage is delicious with government approval 
All children born in Camp 22 are killed at once
I guess you could say that is not very nice or much fun
But cabbage patch kids who do survive
Are permitted to eat a kernel of corn
From cow manure and work inside till they die
No less no more
It is a game of attrition not nutrition
But who are we to criticize
Camp 22 will survive

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  1. Date: 5/30/2014 3:28:00 AM
    Great write here...Sad sad things that happened in Camp 22........

    Schumacker Avatar Earl Schumacker
    Date: 5/30/2014 10:01:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Good morning Herzel, Thank you for commenting on my poem. The death camps are growing out of control over there. Truth is stranger than fiction. I thought I would shed some light on the matter. Thanks again. Have a great day. Earl