VICTORIA GEORGE

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VICTORIA GEORGE Poems

1. Old Elsie Clutter 6/12/2008
2. The Homing Parrot 6/12/2008
3. The E-Bay Cd 6/12/2008
4. Performing Fleas 6/12/2008
5. The Nail Clippers 6/12/2008
6. My Sailing Dog 6/12/2008
7. The Wedding Gift 6/12/2008
8. The Duvet 6/12/2008
9. The Unopened Box 6/13/2008
10. The Old Gender Bender 6/14/2008
11. The Wags Party 6/18/2008
12. Royals At Ascot 6/19/2008
13. Fur Coat Toupee 6/19/2008
14. Selling Herself On Ebay 6/21/2008
15. The Fool And The Silly Prat 6/21/2008
16. My Blind Date 6/21/2008
17. My Dog Teddy 6/23/2008
18. My New Bed 6/24/2008
19. Poems 6/25/2008
20. Rhyming Poetry 6/25/2008
21. Wimbledon 6/27/2008
22. Noah's Ark 6/27/2008
23. Mum's War 6/29/2008
24. My Critical Mum 7/9/2008
25. Tooth Whitening Kit 7/11/2008
26. Shopping List 7/12/2008
27. Mum's New Stairlift 7/14/2008
28. Plastic Drawers! 7/14/2008
29. Drunken Dad 7/15/2008
30. Best Friends 7/19/2008
31. Poor Old Mum! 7/20/2008
32. My Tight Parents 7/23/2008
33. Me Me Me! 7/23/2008
34. Addicted Dog! 7/28/2008
35. Dog's False Teeth 7/28/2008
36. Supermarket Etiquette 7/28/2008
37. Lord Munnie-Potts Stately Home 8/2/2008
38. A Distastrous Day Out 8/2/2008
39. Dog Coats 8/2/2008
40. Blow-Up Dolls 8/2/2008
Best Poem of VICTORIA GEORGE

A Chocolate Teapot

I wanted a chocolate tea-pot
As a gift for a good friend’s birth-day
But I did feel a bit of a clot
Searching for this on e-Bay

I found a chocolate giraffe
And a chocolate kangaroo
But they wouldn’t give her the laugh
That a chocolate teapot would do

I decided to make one myself
And bought a huge Galaxy slab
Very bad for the general health
But for my plan was perfectly fab

I fashioned it into a pot
Melting it using some heat
Using kettle and water so hot
It really was quite a feat

This teapot I have to confess
Had lumps for ...

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Old Elsie Clutter

Old Elsie Clutter decided one day
She had a few things she could sell on eBay
She sold a few knicks knacks, a few bits of tat
Got hooked on the selling and never looked back.

She started to sell everything in her home
The fridge and the cooker, and even the phone
She became a top seller, cream of eBay
You could say that old Elsie got carried away.

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