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Clown's ware makeup, 
baggy clothes to
and a big red nose
they honk at you.
Clowns throw pies and water to, 
just hope they don't throw them at you.
Clowns are funny ha, ha, ha, 
but they have one little flaw, 
they think there tiny and there small, 
they cram twelve clown's inside one car.
You think I’m joking, go and see, 
their at the circus religiously.

Copyright © HEATHER ROE | Year Posted 2012


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  1. Date: 10/29/2012 5:52:00 AM

    Nice observation! Clowns bring joy to people of all ages, it's daunting to think of them being in a cramped up car.