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Drastic 2003 (Cape Town)

As the air ran and the cloud cries
In this dull house where no fun lies
I remained still, but to my surprise
John found a book called FunGuys

There were so many things to do in the book he brought
Like playing hide-and-seek where you lose if you're caught,
Like drawing a castle or building a fort, Making a spaceship to be an astronaut

We enjoyed every second from the time we begun
We played hide-and-seek and I finally won, We made a spaceship and I touched the sun,
My castle looked great when it finally was done,
In this time when enjoyment was none
We found a way and actually had fun

So as the air ran and the cloud cries
In this wild house where all the fun lies
We had a great time, but to our surprise The sun reared it's head, and we forget about FunGuys.

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What happens when a bored kid with my head gets hold of a pen and paper, you'll be reading the outcome.

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Written on November 06, 2021

Submitted by Drastic on February 05, 2022

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Hi there, I'm Drastic, just you run-of-the-mill high schooler trying join this community, with all my hopes and dreams carried on my back, so yeah Im glad to be here more…

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