tagNon-Erotic PoetryChild, You Always My Sugar Plum Fairy

Child, You Always My Sugar Plum Fairy


"We was moonwalkin', Mama, Christmas Day,
on Kwanza, Cleona's birthday, and mine
and Daddy be dancin' in the street
when "it doesn't matter whattchu wear."

"But Daddy, Child, danced with blue devils too,
and duck was a word that weren't no bird
Cleo be shieldin' you last Christmas Eve
when rat-a-tat drive by bullets flew."

Ladies and Gentleman, KTLA
proudly presents The Nutcracker Suite
live on stage at the Staples Center
in beautiful downtown Los Angeles.

"Why do the Blue, Mama, crip-walk outside
and hip hop O Come All Ye Faithful?
and why Cleona she playin' with them
insteada be inside trimmin' the tree?"

"Oh, my Sweet Little Ballerina,
Alphonse say Cleo now his blue diamond.

Come, Baby Girl, it lullaby time,
ain't nothin' but giant rats on TV."

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