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The Sunnyside of David Uden (Free verse) by lukehanney
Who knows when it rains or snows, When the weathers fine and washing's on the line. When the beetroot faced postman comes to your door, He's wearing shorts, legs you've never seen before. Down the stairs strolls Dave Uden, frollicking clown Despite the sun he's still in his dressing gown He doesn't know, he doesn't care He's just embarrased about his pink underwear.

Up the ladder: Counts As Living
Down the ladder: let's get to the end

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Arithmetic Mean: 6.3333335
Weighted score: 5.3585887
Overall Rank: 3316
Posted: April 30, 2007 4:55 AM PDT; Last modified: April 30, 2007 4:55 AM PDT
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[4] Dovina @ 75.82.86.162 | 30-Apr-07/2:49 PM | Reply
Please don't vote for yourself, especially with a 10; and do use apostrophes where grammar demands, not just where you want them. I'd give a 7, but 4 instead, to balance your 10.
[4] pete @ 62.56.114.137 | 7-May-07/4:50 PM | Reply
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