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I planted a tree in my hair

I planted a tree in my hair And the little people moved in Living in their milk carton house And tangled spirals for a view. They’d braid my hair on the sly And have barbecue Barbecue for lunch, barbecue for … Continue reading

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He had seven and a half warts on his face…

He had seven and a half warts on his face, with lots of hair growing out of each. His head was clean without a strand of hair. His eyes were too wide, nose too bobbly, and his skin was a … Continue reading

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The Pumpkin Song

He was seven, and he stood in front of them and started to sing his pumpkin song. It went “Pumpkins are orange sometimes, and sometimes they are green, or a mixture of them both…” It went on. If this were a … Continue reading

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O Ms. Apple Tree

She was a fine lady, with an apple for a head, She carried a flute-horn, attached to a hanger, a cardboard “a”, some chocolate, orange, apple & string. They hung together as an “it”- It stayed in the air and … Continue reading

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