Bees buzz about as bombs blast, boom!
The letter ‘B’ brazen bickers and boos.
Be that as it may, beings work not be.
Breaching banks, blare bays, that d’you see?
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Boxes break bad so new ones we go buy.
Broken brains bleed, hardly utter buh-bye.
By the way, newsbreaks are broken each day.
Bands that perform oftentimes do bray.
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Not the band with a burn you don during breaks.
For that hardly bumbles unless broiled or baked.
But beauties beckon, ‘Booties we have, bud.’
Not what you believe, oops, not that butt.
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Oh, but booties we obtained, had fun after.
Buns we needn’t have now, (bouts of laughter).
Besmirched big bosses, banished from this brand.
Bellow and bleat, ‘Buy us a beautiful land.’
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Brown black cocks coo on a big bland bed.
Blunders they do, but brazenly mend.
Butter with bread makes days their beguiling.
Books we book by the brook though are killing.
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Be brave because B blatantly bids now bye.
Biggie you are, so bounce, my bearish boy!
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