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Colouring Book
larrylark

"Keep inside the shapes.
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Mummy does so hate it
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when you stray outside the lines."
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Most kids are fine with that,
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focusing an eye on their fingers,
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forcing the crayon to linger
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in pre-ordained places.
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For them life's an orderly maze.
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Some are half in and half out.
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They are in with a shout.
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The few who skew their colours
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far and wide
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will ride for beyond
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the curves and shapes
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of this earth, cast their dye
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close to distant stars
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22 Oct 11

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your a real live living testy ment to apron strings.....despite having what would seem to have been a real hard time all those years ago. Lighten up mb or you'll end up sinking through the soles of your sandels
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your up to your knees mb soon the muddy waters will be seeping into your piles.
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I love you Larry Lark. There fffffffffffffffffffffffff ore

for i want
to make
love
to you
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the universe
insists

up
on

and just

wan

thumb

sucking


            ; ; ;         &nb sp;&nbs p;          &nb sp;    plumb
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Larry will be pleased
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No he won't. He's into kids. Not beef jerky.
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Larry loves all jerks and drinks beef tea
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This is a sketch
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physical jerks and beef tea made Britain the nation it is now, full of jerks and done to a T.
 — larrylark

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