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Why brawl over a wake up call?
 

It's a song and a dance or a rhumba
She calls me to ask for my phone number
It's a ringaling from a dingaling
who calls me two in the morning
after I gave her a warning
But thoughts are not dawning
Why must she call me when I'm fast asleep?
Why doesn't she just count sheep
to catch up to her own sleep?
I don't answer the phone
I want to be left alone
But I am confessing after a few minutes my will power is lessening
I pick up the phone
But here comes the bummer
She called me to ask for my phone number
Now I answered the call
And I became dumber and dumber
I don't anticipate but I do aggravate






braintease word anticipate

By marvin goldfarb

© 2015 marvin goldfarb (All rights reserved)

 

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This Poem is part of a Challenge: - The BRAIN TEASE challenge-read page for rules, info, and word to UNSCRAMBLE (challenge has been closed)


This Poem is part of a Challenge: - The BRAIN TEASE challenge-read page for rules, info, and word to UNSCRAMBLE (challenge has been closed)


This Poem is part of a Challenge: - The BRAIN TEASE challenge-read page for rules, info, and word to UNSCRAMBLE (challenge has been closed)


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