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Typically Luke Poem 16 - A SMASHING TIME

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Typically Luke Poem 16 - A SMASHING TIME

I found Luke an old golf club And several shiny golf balls That will keep him quite for a while While I make a few phone calls Smash, went a window In the greenhouse out the back Smash, went another one It sounds like we’re under attack Smash, went the old fish tank We threw out in the trash Maybe we should have sold it We’re going to certainly need the cash Smash, went another window Smash, and then one more Then smash went the window On the kitchen door I grabbed the golf club from Luke Saw all the windows had gone The lad has one hell of golf swing And got more than a few holes in one

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  1. Date: 9/11/2013 8:51:00 AM
    .... No ... no ... stops that boy! - Ugh ... Now you must take the "piggy bank" Luke .... - A grandchild that is expensive to have over a long time .... but they can not delivered back .... lol. - Love it, Gary !!! - oxox // Anne-Lise :)))