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Juvenile Spelling Bee

"Playing the other day, I behold this man Sky was cloudy and grey, he could use a fan Held a locket. I think he wanted to sell To fill his wallet and pocket to excel Listened to a small voice, this looks like a crime I made a choice, found a coin and flip a dime Putting faith and trust it landed on its head These peeps will do good, nothing happened." I said “Gee, what transpired next?” said Rupee “See, was during a spelling bee Teacher, Miss Miller called on me Asked me speller the word reptile Being a little juvenile Said with the happiest smile I gave the words in a fast spree Saying, ‘assume’ She frowned, and my A is a D And that is my hyperbole” Updated 5/14/2019

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