Grant, Age 11, Chicago, IL

Someday I will write a dictionary of rhymes,
Poets will thank me a million times,
And kids having to write poems for school,
Will think I'm awfully cool.

Millions of people will buy my book,
I'll be more famous than any author or crook,
Someone might even name a school after me,
Grant Tech, or University.

In my book you shall see,
A list of rhymes from A to Z,
Two words will be in there, not,
Purple and orange, for rhymes they've not got.

And now it's time to end my poem,
I'm going to Sears to buy a lawn gnome,
And sorry I'm talking like an elegant guy,
But I must, for rhyming is hard for I.

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