Jenna Da Queen



On a Warm and sunny Day Jenna Da queen. Known a million miles around for being the baddest of all time, was out frolicing in the crop fields. Jenna was so bad she could have any guy she wanted. She had hair a trillion miles long and a smile as bright as the sun. Her laugh was so loud it caused earthquakes. She was the baddest ever.
On the other side of town was Beejay from omb. He was a blonde-haired, blue- eyed guy. His hair was so blonde it was as shiny as gold. His hair was worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. People would try to beat him up and cut his hair. He was always getting picked on and people would never leave him alone.

While Jenna da queen was frolicing in the field braden from omb was running away from his bullies. Braden ran far into the field, knocking Jenna over. He hit her so hard she flew back 20 feet. Jenna asked why he did that. Braden said “they're trying to steal my hair” Braden frantically Started babbling about how his hair is worth more than gold. Jenna da queen was not having it. She went and found the bullies and beat them up so hard they went home crying enough to fill up the grand canyon of tears to their mommy.

Not too long after Jenna and Braden fell in love so hard it made Romeo and Juliet look like a break up story.

About this poem

This is a Tall tale about the love of my life, Braden.

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Written on April 24, 2024

Submitted by Jenna.lavite on May 03, 2024

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Scheme XX A A
Characters 1,283
Words 255
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 2, 1, 1

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