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Norma Hass Poems
Ill-stuffed Spanish Queen, How angrily she sticks out Her pimento tongue.
We thought them extinct, but the scientists say Shaggy cave men are lurking in our DNA. We cheer their survival, so spare us your blushes For lady Cro-Magnons astray in the bushes.
There was an old dame of Dundee Who climbed to the top of a tree And shouted aloud To the gathering crowd,
For Shirley Temple
Undetained by the grip of her celluloid ghost, Ambassador Black has gone to her new post.
Song For The Second Amendment
'I do not fear the working class, ' Jay Gould was heard to laugh. 'I could hire one half of them to kill the other half.' Modern Goulds have lots of cash to pay their gunners'fee. Ungun the Goon Squad before you ungun me.
Lydia Vitamor's Song For The Silent
Seeking to win the youth of our nation, The Lovers Of Life Association Tried out bands to make a video. Rock bands, punk bands, hip hip-hoppers,
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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Best Poem of Norma Hass
Ill-stuffed Spanish Queen,
How angrily she sticks out
Her pimento tongue.