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Sally Evans

Rookie - 0 Points (1942 / London)

A Slave Lass's ane ally


Aye! Yes! Yell sale!
All ye lasses see's alane
a lave an leaven lye, all leal,
yea, yell, all sell ales,
Val, Lyn, Nell, Syl, Sal, Eve,
Nan, Ann, Ella, Lesley, Lee,
all eleven sylvan vales
lean leaves even a slave lass saves,
lay salves alas! aa avens een.
All's a yell, a vee, a lane,
aye, lyv else a vyle annal,
nay, nae yyn an yan, nane,
vales an valleys, an aye or nay,
an nae even an s.a.e.

A la salle valla nella
les éleves se leve.
Seven seals salve
Slavs Vlay and Lev.
Seven snayles vaynly seal
an ellava valalla,
eels leaven snell slees,
lay, slay, ease ane yale.
Ye'll all ae ye ansa,
leave lees, a nave alley lessen
a sea sayle, a ness ae vane leas.
Eaves, alas, sans lens,
enslave nae sassy sleeve
as an ally ae Ensa.

Ess vy aye say easy
sly vassals save venies,
a vase, a naval vessel, elves
vlase vleenas slays na Sassan,
snaav an slass neals slain
vye level an eye an ass,
snaevellin vans seave
all leny, elvellan leans ells
vlees y vleeny, Allan, Nylan,
Les, Neal, Len, Aeneas, a yevvel
a lyan slaen yen ee, yallellall
yavels vless vlass
alvens selalla
sevvel lalls, “slay va! ”

2007
[using the letters in the name Sally Evans]

Submitted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Edited: Saturday, September 10, 2011

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