Sunday, September 21, 2014

755 - The Birthday Girl

This started out in the meter of
'Mary had a little lamb' but lost its way.


The Birthday Girl

Billie had a little cake,
It had a lovely taste;
And every bit that Billie ate
Built up upon her waist.

It had a single candle,
To celebrate the day;
She couldn’t do ‘one per year’
Without the fire brigade.

She celebrated through the night
As only she was able;
Next morning, when she woke up
She was underneath the table.

She was lying there beside a sheep,
Whose fleece was white as snow;
Mary lay beside her too,
And was not inclined to go.

The sheep was far less certain,
And feared it was main course.
Well-founded, as it turned out,
When roasted, with mint sauce. 

Mary thought it fitting
That the event was caught in rhyme,
So let it be now recorded
That they had a spanking time.
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© J Cosmo Newbery 2014
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15 comments:

  1. Mary had a little lamb, and then she had some more...

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  2. Who did the spanking? "Fifty Shades of Grey Wool"!!

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  3. Is her name really Billie?

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  4. I'm guessing that your were not invited to the party...?

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    1. I turned it down due to a subsequent engagement.

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  5. hahahhahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ......... love a man who can work 'spanking' into a poem! xxx

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