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george albot


Must be a walk


No wave or finger
To say good bye
Not even a wink
From my custard pie

Did she run?
Or maybe a walk
But now she gone
No chance to talk! !

No kiss bye
Neither hug nor sigh
Just to be left
With a tears
In my eye

Maybe tomorrow
If she turns up
I’ll take my chance
And dance with my duck’’

And when she comes
To dance with her drake
She will then know
True love no mistake’’

XXX

I hope you are ok,
Night night

Submitted: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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