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I save memories of four boys, ~~not three,
They got out two toys, gameboy that would be,
My they have grown, they are aged differently,
Day not as smooth, as I make it, ~~you see,
Why did the older two, ~~play sneakily,
Made the brothers to be angry, ~~like me,
"Share the gameboy", I said commandedly,
"Here, the toy, lest dad turn off the T.V.!"

Date: 05/30/2019

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Date: 5/30/2019 7:09:00 PM
Cute one, my friend. So you have four boys, huh? My mom had four girls within five years!
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William Kekaula
Date: 5/30/2019 7:42:00 PM
The two boys were three years apart, making it a full house for seven years--then five were added (two more boys + three girls made it a royal flush). At first with the boys, people thought we were part Chinese (effects of a one child law) whereby, care in old age--a son is best Andrea--thanks for sharing, Aloha William