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PIXIE BUCCANEERS


Pigtails and pinkest tights 
jam-up the side split, 
already plumped 
by balloons, a Vegas style
bonbons bar and the clamor of 

birthday cake, picture perfect.
It’s a hullabaloo bouncing
the castle, but beware
the boom of the hired pirate,
his treasure chest brims

with rip-roaring giggles; 
each seven seas schoolgirl 
mutinies this big top jamboree.
a face-painter glitters 
rosy cheeks, somehow widens 

eyes as round as a carousel.
O, O, the splendor of turning five,
the innocent indulgence of
moppets in their mayhem,
	bewitching, gleefully alive. 





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  1. Date: 4/26/2015 12:13:00 PM

    Wow awesome and i like yor poetic wordchoice which makes the poem more admirable, 'carousel, seven seas, hullabaloo, rocks, riproaring, jamboree, u have captured the child's 5th b'day with great narrative skills. Kudos. And fond thanx!

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