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Grook Childhood Poems | Grook Poems About Childhood
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To the great outdoors
my grandparents love to go,
simply for the atmosphere it gives
like when they play Bingo.
I like to walk the trails, the mountains,
to get my wild nature fix.
They both have bad eyesight and can't quite comprehend
these crazy realistic graphics!
Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2013
She wakes up in bed smelling eggs and bacon on a hot silet.Her mother calls her''Rain''come
down to eat.On her plat were three gloden eggs and two slices of bacon.Rain aet very fast knowing
that she is geting two brand new horses.She thinks in her mind ,''what color whould they
be?''.Her mother calls her two the car.When they get down there Rain spots two beatiful white
horsesrunning in the feild.Rain told her mother that she whated the beatiful horses in the feild.Her
motherwalk to the man incharge.Then Rain pushed uot her lips and made a kissing nows.The two
horses ran over to her.She was think in her head ,''How cool is this?''.She started rubing on the
horses`s heads. Her mother came over and said,'' how cool''.The the man came in behind and said
the are all hers.Rain came home and ran out side named them sugar and cloud.Rain grow up with
the horses and became a strong women who lived on a ranch.
Copyright © kayla morrow | Year Posted 2010