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Etch-a-Sketch Autobiography

A man wrote his life story

Onto an Etch-a-Sketch

(It took him twenty years

You could call it quite a stretch)


By the end though

It was more than one

And he had a tower of them

With his tales written on


He went to the kitchen when finished

He was as thirsty as they come

A sweet snack, a refreshing drink

And a pat on the back for a job well done


But the earth it shook while he buttered his scone

And quaked when he poured his tea

And when he came back

He had quite shock

Because gone was his autobiography.



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