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Harry Potter

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HARRY POTTER thinks he's a regular boy,

And also his ?parents? acts him as he was a toy.

He was always getting a lot of letters from no one,

Till Vernon got crazy and run away as far as japan.

But since HAGRID has arrived, his life has changed,

And his jerk ass brother, Dudley, is now afraid.

HARRY can always change is brother habit,

And make him act as a fat big rabbit.

HAGRID tells to HARRY all the secrets about his past,

And all the anger, ...

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