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Wolf Women

It happened one late evening in a mouth of may
And the year of 1963 in clinton oklahoma
Everybody was going to the red land theater
Watching the lone ranger
When my mom and her friend met my dad and his friend
My mom told my dad she had to go to the john
She accidentally went into the men's bathroom
She heard something in the next stall snifing at her
Then she felt something touch her leg
So she looked down to see what it was
The she saw a tail patted her leg
She got scared and jumped up and ran outside
Pulling up her pant's she ran over to my dad
And told him and her friend's what she had seen
They laughed at her about that time
An indian women with a long dress
Walked out of the bathroom
She walked right beside my mom and
Friend's and smiled at my mom and
Walked out of the movie theater
I believed what my mom had seen
Was a wolf women
Half wolf and half women
But god only know's
What she had seen,
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Submitted on April 25, 2015

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