Walter C. Edwards


The Princess Of Doubly


The princess of Doubly,
Are quite profound,
As they should both be,
One is short and dumpy,
The other is tall and lanky
To opposites, both are and should be,
One is very athletic,
The other prefers the finer arts
As everyone all agrees,
That is the way it should be,
But when it comes the feuding,
The out come is very clear,
One choose black,
The others is white,
And game is on,
The winner is the one,
Who takes the others crown,
No blood shed for they always,
Play another round.

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013

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