If your arms were ten feet long

May 29, 2009
By Nick Scarpato BRONZE, Springfield, Pennsylvania
Nick Scarpato BRONZE, Springfield, Pennsylvania
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If your arms were ten feet long

You’d know something was severely wrong
When you went to a doctor to see what they’d say
It’d be “I’ve never seen this any day”
This news might freak you out in a way
But eventually you’ll realize this is okay

If your arms were ten feet long
You’d have to sit in the back seat to drive
And if you got in a crash you’d be likely to stay alive
You could touch the ceiling while on the floor
And then be able to reach the door

If your arms were ten feet long
You’d never have to stand up to reach the remote
But you’d have a tough time wearing a coat
You could rescue a cat off a tree
Except keeping it from attacking you is a mystery
You’d be great at sports
Especially basketball on the courts

If your arms were ten feet long
You’d be the best at tag
And you could perform the Heimlich if someone started to gag
You’d always win in a fight
But doing that wouldn’t be right
Lastly I can’t think of another funny pun
So now this poem is officially done


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