Allan James Saywell

Rookie - 262 Points (Australia / Christmas Island)

Little Red Apples - Poem by Allan James Saywell

Out of Mother Nature
Came little red Apples'
That were grown
In the Garden of time
But God don't like
Little red Apples'
From which the Devil does dine
Women love to eat little red Apples'
In the Summer time
Men desire little red Apples'
Any old time
Winter, Summer, especially
When the Sun is high
In a clear blue Sky
The Devil does love
Little red Apples'
Man does love
Little red Apples'
Women love
Little red Apples'

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 26, 2012



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