RIC S. BASTASA


adria, adria, adria why are you so funny?


adria moya, hmm you do not like your name to be written in the poem
the problem with me is that
i am hardheaded and i am the kind of boy who does what mother
does not like me to do
i am naughty and so here i am
in all my mischief

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hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha ha

do you see the train of hahahaha
come let us ride on it and forget the sad things of our lives

i will make another one the train of

tralalatralalatralalatralalatralalatralal atralalatralalatralalatralalatralalatralalatralal atralalatralalatralala

it is the train of dance and laughter
come, come, come,

let us be there, what is the use of being what they want you to be?

the place is here and it must be a place of fun and laughter
and something so divine later.

Submitted: Thursday, August 21, 2008
Edited: Saturday, December 20, 2008

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  • Sierra Roach (3/12/2014 1:09:00 PM)

    Odd, Yes odd I say with that name who is it any way lol lets ride the train of EMO KITTYS AND HAPPY KITTYS [(//_-) ] [(//_^) ] [(//_-) ] [(//_^) ] see the oddness lol lol lol lol (Report) Reply

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