Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Sabbath Saturday Knight


Sabbath Saturday Knight
Sabbath Saturday Knight
Eye and ewe exist in hearts apart
ee'n though eye love ewe so much it seems eye cant contain the thing
in heart. The fact remains that early must eye depart
for transportation on the SaturdaY.
It means eye love ewe even more the time we have to spend is short
a Knight in splendid armour ewe should see me
the jacket and the hat and the green cargo pants
make women PALE and very faint.
The moral of this story we have a date
every Saturday nite that we have in the ever and iff.
AS soon as we aer complete in this new milleniaum.
Please kiss my hands but not my feet and do not weep
For ewe aer made of pure and sweet.
The love we have can wait for fate and blossom then we will.
The poet and poese will fill the want.

Submitted: Saturday, February 17, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, January 18, 2011
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