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Author Name: FreeWind Whisperer 1 Comments
Date Added: September 19, 2005 13:09:06 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Polar Bears (Airless Suburban Haiku)

Polar bears tend to
Slip on ice at the bottom
Of the snowy hill.

Sept.19/2005

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Comment By: Freetom on September 19, 2005 04:42:48 PM Report
lol cute Cynthia they call that playing lol
hugs kisses
tom




 


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