Happily's Fro

By Elise

You know we all love Happily's fro,
we love the guy underneath it though.
Maybe there is a greater good,
something we'll see..soon to be understood.
Happily, Ralph, a guy we still love..
who knows, maybe hidden was a starving dove.
All the creatures will be saved today.
Some creatures made homeless, to find another way.
I'll miss jumping into his hair,
but will still love the one who has always been there.






***Ralph keeps his hair clean, and its not infested, this was for fun and I hope he likes it.

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Copyright 2005 Elise
Published on Tuesday, May 10, 2005.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • blue On Friday, September 23, 2005, blue (1443)By person wrote:

    :) a most fitting ode! yes, this made me smile :) ~b

  • Nesfurata On Tuesday, June 28, 2005, Nesfurata (58)By person wrote:

    That was really, I don't want to say cute, but it's the best word I can think of. Anyway, I really liked it.

  • BleedSilver On Tuesday, May 24, 2005, BleedSilver (299)By person wrote:

    lol...Good tribute to happily. I miss him already.

  • A former member wrote: so are we gonna put the homeless anaimals in the fro or....jk i miss happily

  • A former member wrote: Froes can be homes for so many wonderful creaturs :-)

  • darkdesires On Wednesday, May 11, 2005, darkdesires (139)By person wrote:

    *laughs* no words can describe this...

  • Serenity On Tuesday, May 10, 2005, Serenity (469)By person wrote:

    Aw ^_^ hehe

  • The Crimson Queen On Tuesday, May 10, 2005, The Crimson Queen (926)By person wrote:

    hehe...

  • happilydepressed On Tuesday, May 10, 2005, happilydepressed (271)By person wrote:

    thanks, elise, *huggs for you* i love you

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