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Not Afraid To Have Fun

Not Afraid To Have Fun By Elton Camp Although he’s an old man with money, This man enjoys life and acting funny You can tell by his delighted smile He hasn’t forgotten the joys of a child In his mansion, he has an elegant staircase, But alongside it, a slide he also had placed And down the smooth chute he will slip And he does reach the floor in only a zip If a sourpuss frowns with criticism implied As if one of his status should act dignified, Because he’s old and rich, what does he care? He’s earned the right to fun anytime, anywhere

Copyright © | Year Posted 2011




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Date: 5/27/2011 7:35:00 AM
Thank you for the wonderful poetry you have posted and are sharing with us today Elton. Wishing you the best always in your writing endeavors whatever they may be. Have a wonderful weekend. Love, Carol
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