Jack and Black

There once was a boy named Jack, who had a little brother named Black.
They sat in the pond with a sack and now they're here in bubble wrap.
They tried to get out but they couldn't without a shout.
Now they wobble and wobble and wobble into a big fake snout.
They scream and burst with fear as they walk close to the rear.
They are rude when they are close to people with food.
They started to get cold then somehow they found gold.
They found a big sled and used it instead.
They sledded down the sleigh and they used it for a day.
They made it home and left to go to Rome.
They cut themselves out and took a shout out.
When they got back home they listened to some ringtones.
When they finished at home, they heard the house phones.
They picked it up then they slowly tucked.
They finished with it now, then they went to go hit.
They got yelled at by their mom then they told her to be calm.
They went to go get some rest and hope for the best.
Next they went to go jog then tripped over a log.
It was really tough to step into the mud.
Then they turned red, went home, and then finally went to bed.

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