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A prose poem by


Submitted Nov 13, 2020, 7:58:27 AM

A Foxy Granny For Annie

A Foxy granny for Annie

Little orphan Annie,
She had no real granny,
And this made her very sad.

So she wrote Santa a letter,
To forgo any winter sweater,
For a granny instead would be rad.

Santa read what she said,
And then scratched at his head,
Wondering if a granny would fit in a box.

He thus called all around,
Yet no granny was to be found,
So he sent her instead a red fox.

Now, a red fox was no granny,
Nor even an old nanny,
Yet Annie still loved him so.

I think it is time,
That I end this fine rhyme,
Yes I think it’s now time to go.


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Commented Nov 13, 2009, 12:46:08 AM
wrote a few songs but never gathered the courage to post 'em. a big attaboy to u 4 upping it.
and about the song: very good
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Commented Nov 13, 2009, 12:48:52 AM
I hate rating poetry and lyrics, but I do it just to be consistent. This is very good.
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Commented Nov 13, 2009, 6:44:52 PM
This is very good.