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  • Bleeding Kansas

    A long, dry, windy place

    Years gone by without a trace

    The grass is tall, the wind is strong

    The winter months are very long

    The buffalo were so thick and dark

    Until bullets slammed into their hearts

    Left to rot without skin or tongue

    So the people could not feed their young



    When the people saw this gruesome sight

    Their very hearts filled up with fright

    For soon, they knew soldiers would come

    And in their task they would succeed

    To drive the people from their land

    So they could plow, and plant their seed



    Bleeding Kansas has seen it all

    The long, thin, the short and tall

    She cried when her people died

    Only for an arrogant pride
    Last edited by StereoTypicalHarley; 02-27-2010, 05:46 PM.
    Come together, right now....Over me.

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    ......Wrote that for 8th grade Kansas History class, lol
    Come together, right now....Over me.

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