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If We Had Lunch at the White House Original Poem By Kalli Dakos
If we were invited To the White House for lunch,
Brian wouldnt be able To steal Lolanes chips. And Karen couldnt squish up Her milk carton, After she blew bubbles into her milk,
And Seth couldnt crawl under the table, Chasing his lost pistachio nuts, And Annie couldnt say Her spanish rice tasted so yucky
Sometimes we think about Eating lunch at the White House
And all the manners wed need,
How wed have to sit very still,
And think before we speak,
And talk in whispers,
And keep our feet on the floor,
And never take a bite -- Not even a tasting bite -- Until everyone has been served.
Maybe someday Well be ready For lunch at the White House,
Or at ROSENDALE!
And doesnt it make Rosendale a nicer place for everyone!
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