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Destinies Of Good And Bad Children Post by :boboreilly Category :Poems Author :Thomas W. Talley Date :November 2011 Read :2954

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Destinies Of Good And Bad Children

One, two, three, fō', five, six, seben;
All de good chilluns goes to Heaben.
All de bad chilluns goes below,
To (44)segashuate wid ole man (45)Joe.

One, two, three, fō', five, six, seben, eight;
All de good chilluns goes in de Pearly Gate.
But all de bad chilluns goes the Broad Road below,
To segashuate wid ole man Joe.


FOOTNOTES
(44) Segashuate means associate with.

(45) Read first stanza of "Sheep Shell Corn," to know of ole man Joe.




(The end)
Thomas W. Talley's poem: Destinies Of Good And Bad Children

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