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A Love Poem To Oscar The Grouch

(Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

Oh, Oscar the Grouch,
With your fur all green and rough,
Your trash can is your castle,
And your mood can be quite hostile.

But underneath that grumpy guise,
There's a heart that beats with love and surprise,
For I know that deep down inside,
You have a heart that's warm and wide.

Your love for trash is endearing,
And your grouchiness, quite appealing,
For even when you're feeling blue,
You always stay true to you.

So here's a love poem, just for you,
Oh, Oscar the Grouch, my heart beats true,
For even though you may be a mess,
You'll always be my favorite Sesame Street guest.


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