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Frizz O Lee Frazz O Lee Flo (Forget it Cha



Frizz O Lee Frazz O Lee Flo (Forget it Cha
By deadmanseeking on 03/06/2015
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Frizz O Lee Frazz O Lee Flo
Was vexed and wouldn`t let go.
She thought of one who knew
And traveled to Way West Guru.
Well he didn`t puzzle at all.
He said, "This is my call.
This problem is not worth a whit.
I say, forget about it."

This upset our poor Flo.
She pondered on who would know.
She dressed warm and set forth
And found the guru of Far North.
He didn`t stomp on the ice.
His answer was, he thought nice,
"My dear, this is not worth a fit.
You should just forget about it."

She stumbled and started to bawl
Then tripped and had a fall.
She let go of some clothes, at least
Before she found the Man of the East.
She didn`t get in a rage
When she heard this from the sage,
"My dear, you should know
This is something you should let go."

So we find her down in the mouth
When she gets to fair Sister South.
"Dear thing, sit at my knee.
This is something that will always be.
Letting it go will set you free.
Until you can, please help me."

So she stayed and did her best.
Than one day she got very blessed
So Sister South gave her a new quest.
The guy needed help out west.


? By deadmanseeking On 3/6/2015 8:43:20 PM
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