Thursday, January 27, 2011

Poem - Ollie the Octopus

Ollie's four right legs turn downward and in,
This is the way they have always been.
It doesn't hurt, but it changes his height.
Because his left legs are shorter than his legs on the right. 

Ollie wears braces that looks like a boot,
No one can see them when he wears a suit.
Ollie doesn't care who knows or sees,
He can run, play games, and climb up trees.

People think Ollie's strange because his legs are uneven,
But his good attitude could move mountains - that's what Ollie's believin'. 

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