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By Sally Michelle Jackson

That's a name that isn't commonly known

But for those who do it elicits a groan

When you see that it means you did something wrong

Not something simple like forgetting the words of a song

No this is major a disaster of sorts

She'll cast a spell to give you warts

The name isn't a name but really a title instead

The bearer holds a great power over your head

She the Wicked Witch Of Laura's Playground

Is really one of the sweetest people around

It is her duty to keep our site safe and clean

Only in the line of duty she appears to be mean

We have young people who have had a rough time

They shouldn't be bothered or pestered while on line

Don't cross that line the results are quite frightening

Did I forget to tell you that she controls lightening

This kindest of ladies with a heart so good

Doing that job that no one else would

Taking the abuse and facing all of the rage

That everyone uses when forced in a cage

I take the time to tell you that you are my friend

Because you are and I love you and now to that end

The next time you feel that it is all too much

I'll make us some cookies and cocoa and such

We'll sit and talk and no one will bother

Two friends who look out for each other

MaryEllen, I want you to notice the shape - it is a lovely urn!

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest ~Brenda~

Sally,

You are on a creative roll!! This poem made me think about how much I love Laura, MaryEllen, and Petra Jane, and I realized that they do so much for us without asking for anything in return. They may be the Admins, but they are still only human beings. I guess what I am saying is as we are all here for each other we are also here for our beloved Admins. I just wanted to say to Laura, MaryEllen, and Petra Jane, if you ever need anything, just ask. We are here for you too.

Thanks Sally

bernii

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Guest Evan_J
Sally,

You are on a creative roll!! This poem made me think about how much I love Laura, MaryEllen, and Petra Jane, and I realized that they do so much for us without asking for anything in return. They may be the Admins, but they are still only human beings. I guess what I am saying is as we are all here for each other we are also here for our beloved Admins. I just wanted to say to Laura, MaryEllen, and Petra Jane, if you ever need anything, just ask. We are here for you too.

Thanks Sally

bernii

Exactly ;)
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