Elke Nigro (Hamburg, Germany)
He Will Do As He Wishes
Soon to be wed, Prince William is refusing
to wear a wedding band,
no marriage ring will adorn his hand.
You'd think he is being asked to wear it
through his nose,
interfering with his Princely pose.
He is making his intentions more than
Ring or no Ring is not the issue here.
He is a man, and not an ordinary man
He will do as he wishes, that is a fact.
His soon Bride-to-Be secretly smiles,
Ring or no Ring, the dye is cast,
Whatever it will be, she has won at last.
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