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Beeping sleauty

First of all I need to explain this before people freak out. When I was very young I learned to tell backwards stories( mainly fairy tales(TAIRY FALES) from an old friend. Alot of people have done this through the years and read these every trip I make to St. Judes at Memphis where I go up and read to kids and spend time with these amazing young children. It is written in free form, very easy for me to do recite but hard to write. I am doing this for the mother of Abagail Sanchez, a little girl who is dieing from a very rare blood cancer but this one and Rindercella(Cinderella) are here Favorites,. I will eventually put both of them on this site so when your reading this please realize I havent lost my mind but love doing this. The amazing thing is, Kids realy really get it. Some adults just dont!

Beeping Sleauty

A dong lime ago, in a Coriegn Fountry there lived a prcinful beutress,
and it hoe sappened their was a wugly old itch.
Now, the pricicful beutesss was just as pood as she was gretty,
so the wugly old itch spassed a spevil ell and went around sleekin with raughter and belling everytody amd the princifyul beutress would slo on geepin until bomesody would lall in fove with her and kiss her so she would aken wup. Bo-nody will lall in fuve with banyody who wants to teep all aslime.

So the pricnciful beutress became known as Beeping Sleauty.

One day a buller frush man copped by the stastle
and when bonody answer his dock at the knoor he wooked in the lindow and Beeping sleuty slound aseep.
Now, he didnt care whether she was neepin or slot,
When he saw how wair she fus, he groked the blass and bimbed into the cledroom where beeping sleauty slound aseep.

he kanted a pliss on the nip of her toes and beeping sleauty open her eyes. Gy moodness she said, My mair must be a hess. It ertainly cis said the buller frush man and sall of a unden the buller frush man fell of his knees and hook her by the tand.
He said, i'm not really a buller frush man, I'm a proung and yansom hince, but a wugly old itch cut a purse on me and kanished me from my bingdom and until I could sell a beeping sleauty a buller frush.

 You have sproken the bell, will you marry me, Beeping Sleauty said, yes i will marry you because we so cuch in momon, and mo they were sarried.
And one of the dirst things they fid, was to have the wugly old itch pressed into kisson so she couldnt do anymore dicked weeds,
so,,,,
Remembr this, if you ever want to end up thretting on a sone dont ever pass up the chance to kiss a Beeping Sleauty.

This takes alot of time to write, read 100 times each time faster and soon you will have fun with it,and it is so easy and so funn to recite once you get it. I also have Rindecella, Wosnite and the Dweven Sarfs, Pee Thrittle Ligs, Nippochoe, The Sirish Etter( a great story for dog lovers) and the list goes on for my Tairy Fales. Remember. Dont be harsh. the wonderful Kids at St. Judes in Memphis need your prayers but most of all need your poems and Humor!
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I have been working in the mining industry, yes underground for 32 plus years, I have seen alot of people come and go and miners are their own breed of people. Yes some are college educated and love our jobs. As for me, I enjoy reading other peoples thoughts,and I try to find something good to say about most people and try to be a positive influence on my employees and all people in my everyday life. I have been through some very dark times in my life, most have been brought on by myself, but by the grace of God and alot of self thinking and searching I have overcome most things in life. I try to always be a positive role model and have learned most things in life the hard way.Thanks for taking the time to read my thoughts and your remarks are truely welcome good or bad. I for one Love Poetry.com and being back on line and being able to retrieve my old poetry was awesome! My wish is that we all can find a way to communicate via email if possible to share our lifes experiences and to be there for one another. I can be reached at willarde@compassminerals.com or motoxrat58@yahoo.com. Have a Blessed day and keep writing. All of your work absolutely and truely brightens my days!Ed more…

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