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Introduction:

just a short poem
over the hills and faraway
the kids go of to play

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their is a forest and casual observer won't see much
but this is where all boys and girls go to kiss and touch

if you were to look past the trees
you'd see all the girls upon their knees

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a boy has a grins on his face
as he cum's all over the place

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as all the boys blow their load
something happening over the road

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over the road and by a creak
this is where the truly dirty kids do sneak

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to be continued.....................................
7 comments

Anonymous readerReport

2012-07-13 06:50:28
Well that's close enough I guess.

HelpfulHughReport

2012-07-13 04:20:06
Well that's close enough I guess.

HelpfulHughReport

2012-07-13 04:11:02
Learn English before writing poetry please. I know that if I leave it at that you'll ignore it... 
So: 'there' indicates a place, whilst 'their' is possessive, i.e. belonging to them. 'They're' is a conjunction. This means it is absolutely identical to 'they are', but has more flow. To sum up: 'they're going over there to correct their grammar'. Also, please DO NOT add random apostrophes. For instance: 'as he cum's all over the place'. An apostrophe should only be included to show that the subject owns the object, or that is combining the word itself and 'is'. So: 'the boy's cum', or 'the boy's cumming'. If this ends in an 's' usually, place an apostrophe at the very end of the word: if there were two boys cumming, then it'd be the boys' cum. Lastly, 'it's' should have an apostrophe when it means either 'it is', or again, indicates that 'it' owns the subject.
This is intended ONLY to be helpful, but i'm not naive  so if anyone wants to start a troll/flame war, go for it!
Thanks, Hug

HelpfulHughReport

2012-07-13 04:10:43
iPhone messing with me again...

HelpfulHughReport

2012-07-13 04:05:59
Learn English before writing poetry please. I know that if I leave it at that you'll ignore it...
So: "there" indicates a place, whilst "their" is possessive, i.e. belonging to them. "They're" is a conjunction. This means it is absolutely identical to "they are", but has more flow. To sum up: "they're going over there to correct their grammar. Also, please DO NOT add random apostrophes. For instance: "as he cum's all over the place". An apostrophe should only be included to show that the subject owns the object, or that is combining the word itself and "is". So: "the boy's cum", or "the boy's cumming". If this ends in an "s" usually, place an apostrophe at the very end of the word: if there were two boys cumming, then it'd be the boys' cum. Lastly, "it's" should have an apostrophe when it means either "it is", or again, indicates that "it" owns the subject.
This is intended ONLY to be helpful, but i'm not naïve so if anyone wants to start a troll/flame war, go for it!
Thanks, Hugh.

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