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Shift The Red and White Polka Dots In Gear Mama

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Shift The Red and White Polka Dots In Gear Mama From parked rains the little boy lets out a scream Past the clouds and rainbows his eyes day dream His umbrella shields his pent up pain And his shouts weigh on mother's vain For he tears eternally for a sister's voice and gleam Please mama, he says, bring me a red and white polka dot For loneliness of being alone, he cries and fraught He asks his parked stork for a girl wonder So he can be her yearning big brother To babies cries and stork's flying wings, he waits and sought connie pachecho 9/27/17 Note-not for contest, fun in the sun is better

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