write a small poem of your topic. keep it funny.
here is mine;
Mr. Duck Hunter
Pull up those waders and grab your gun,
only two weeks for the season to run.
Grab your bird dogs and jump in the truck
cuz you're gonna shoot
Waterfowl duck eating foul water muck.
and just remember as you pull those ducks from
marshes and bogs,
I saw those same ducks eating corn...
from sewer pond logs.
a cactus is the opposite of a chair,
and fire is the opposite of hair.
tears are the opposite of mace,
I can't find a difference
in your butt and your face?
good night my dear.
whats that you said?
doph, the dog house is opposite the bed.
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