A tale of a handsome boy,
And a very pretty girl,
Suffice it to say,
It was a handsome-pretty tale.
They hugged and kissed,
And then they got married.
So to this day,
Their love they carried.
For one day,
A boy was born,
And a few years later,
A girl was born.
And the parents rejoiced.
For their love bloomed,
In their children.
They watched them at play,
And the parents kissed.
In the glory of the day.
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