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I Asked My Dad

By , Cochrane, Canada
I asked my dad if I could fly
And he told me to jump off a cliff.
I asked my dad if I could drive
And he told me to run into the road.
I asked my dad if I could sail
And he told me to walk into the sea.
I asked my dad if I could run
And he told me to take off my shoes.
I asked my dad if I could cook
And he told me to turn on the gas.
I asked my dad if I could clean
And he told me to swallow the bleach.
I asked my dad if I could eat
And he told me to go pick foxgloves.
I asked my dad if I could skip
And he told me to make a noose.
I asked my dad if I could wash
And he told me to touch the socket.
I asked my dad if I could travel
And he told me to catch a plane.





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