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POEM: Contrarian Bear

By Berniegourley @berniegourley
POEM: Contrarian Bear

There once was a bear named Jerry,
and - like the nursery rhyme Mary -
Jerry Bear was quite contrary.

"Those salmon should not swim upstream."
"The people I bite should not scream."
"Why wreck good berries with whip cream?"

There wasn't a thing anyone said
upon which Jerry would not tread.
Don't be like Jerry. He's a d!$%head.

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