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Edward Iacona

Rookie - 40 Points (August 27,1948 / Brooklyn, New York)

FLOORED!


FLOORED!
Edward Iacona


For today there may be pandemonium
As my love buys some linoleum
That is made from Petroleum
As opposed from a layer of Folium.
But as I, her beau, does confess
From this point I do digress.
But, I'll try to make one, more or less.
To install it easier in her flat
An old chair was trashed where no one sat
Poor Phil and Lucy. the resident cats,
Have to settled for just clawing on mats.
So my darling and love will not go floorless
And she will always know that my
LOVE FOR HER WILL always BE FLAWLESS….

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Topic(s): love


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What does a good boyfriend do when his lady orders a new floor? He tries to write a poem about it...

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