Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

CHristmas 2011


CHristmas 2011
CHristmas 2011
Affirmation of Faith
happy that eye loved you
a female sheep is missing me
or WHO did eye meant to love
Merry CHristmas 2011 to the ewe
may she always remember this one as the best one with my you tube poems and my strong smelling suits when it rains eye am unable to change clothing very often who likes to be dry raise your arm pit in the sky and thank the Good Lord for the dry this is a thank you to Jesus the one they kicked out of school the one they lowered with the flag the one they ignored in the Vestibule while passing the plate with nothing on it and asking for money which thing is not really bread they filled my heart with dread and hurt and scared me half to death yes eye found some happiness this year in CHristmas 2011 it was simply her reply saying eyem her favorite poet and she saw her you tube poems and eye am laying dry my covers stood the rain kept falling making me very nervous when eye arrived eye spread my sleeping bag dry. Do not worry Pochountus everything is fine Merry CHristmas to the minions reading this one was sublime.

Submitted: Sunday, December 11, 2011
Edited: Monday, December 12, 2011

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