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Poetry Thursday


Our dear friends Angel Sammys and Teddys Pawetaton founder of Poetry Corner, has given us this picture to inspire us, and be our muses.



When Johnny was in school and his passing grades were few

His teacher told him he was overdue.

When Johnny played baseball and no hits went through

His coaches told him "Johnny you're overdue."

When his friends moved away from home but  his efforts went askew

His friends told him was overdue

When he couldn't hold a job for more than a week or two

Everyone told him he was just overdue

When he got a job at the library he thought his luck was born anew

Filing books was a job could pursue

But when the librarian found him asleep on a shelf she knew 

It wasn't that Johnny was overdue

He was was a screw

up through and through





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