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King Tut



King Tut
By kcochran on 04/23/2007
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King Tut, oh so young
You lived and died long ago
There is no air in those lungs
No strength in those bones
You took the throne at age nine
To become a very young king
But ten years later you died
Your treasures put in hiding
In 1992, your tomb was discovered
When man stumbled upon your burial place
Treasures beyond imagination were uncovered
The world was amazed
Not much is known about your reign
Or even how you died
Died someone put you through much pain
Due to vengeance harbored inside
King Tut, oh so young
You lived and died long ago
You will never again have air in those lungs
Your strength is forever gone from your bones

© By kcochran On 4/23/2007 1:31:56 PM
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