The Unfairness Of Angels
matthew Bartram
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The biggest ice-cream in the world
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The biggest Ice Cream in the world
Came from the sky
In a van that played tunes
Muffled voices exchanged
By the man in the Van
And my Uncle
Then it just appeared
The largest ice-cream
In a cone
That I could eat
Bigger than a bird
The ones I feed
With my dad
This Ice-Cream
Cold, yet delightful
Lick, Lick, Lick
Drip, Drip, Drip
Soon it wasn't so big
Gulp
The Biggest ice-cream
In the whole wide world
GONE!



~~ I bought my nephew Noah his first ever ice cream in the park this summer gone, and found the pic on my phone today ~~
























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