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Vera Sidhwa


BATMAN W r i TE s i n g


'Well Vera, what have you done? '
You disrespect the Batman! '
'Batman, where are you and
Why do you write to me in this way, ? '
I responded.

'You wrote poems that told us,
You fried bats and ate their heads!
Then you mixed bats with butterflies,
In another poem you wrote.'

'Now you'll have to explain,
All this to me.
I don't like your mockery,
When I deal with criminals,
To keep you safe.'

'But Batman, you've been my Super Hero,
Ever since I can remember!
I've always watched your Bat Beam up in the sky.
I've always hated the Joker with his insane screech.'

So Batman answered this girl.
He wrote to her on his laptop.
He said he was at her front door.
Batman heard her scream on his Batmobile mobil,


The girl opened her door,
Giving an apology for her two poems
About eating a bat and vanishing another.


B A T M A N stood there towering over Vera.
He said, 'apology accepted! ! !


As Batman said that, 'she took a spill.'
She landed in her Superhero's arms.
Smiling a lot, Batman caught her in his arms,
Black cape and all.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 25, 2012
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