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My brother Evan is a lunatic child
He’s noisy and crazy and basically wild.
His shirt is on backwards, stained with Kool Aid,
and covered in dirt from his last commando raid.
Thanks to him, our latest décor,
just happens to be mud spotting the floor.
A groan of despair comes from my mom
When it’s discovered he razed our car with a bomb.
He proudly bears his latest new scar,
from a failed bungee jump and a trip to the ER.
His slanted smile gives an image of feigned innocence
But really he’s a monster, full of devilish pranks and insolence
And even though we fight and tend to annoy each other,
I have to admit he’s not that bad at all (for a brother)