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Paging Wallace LaBenne



You crossed his line number four, your poems are a bore
You'd better watch out, cause this means war
I rhyme like the best, you whine like the rest
What I'm try'na say is
I'm not impressed

Been keepin acount of this site's poet pros
Poet Bros, you know, here's how the list goes:
Willy, Johnson, Guppy, and R Cook
Wally Labenne is just a bizzare schnook

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Submitted on January 21, 2013

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