Limerick: Then This Wily Woman From Franco's Spain - 4 - Poem by T Wignesan
Then this Wily Woman from Franco’s Spain
Married a divorcee and put Church in chain
There, she said: « Me? Married! »
Here, she said: « Me? Curried! »
Free-Maisons dubbed her: Saint Marianne* Brain!
* Marianne: symbol of the French Republic
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