Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Auburn, South Australia
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Auburn, South Australia
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A Fair Exchange

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Would you be much impressed, my dear,
Now you've adopted shorts,
If males like me came dressed, my dear,
In skirts, to divers sports?
With gussets, flares and pleats and things
Like that, we'd give our fancy wings
To grace the links and courts.

You should not worry very much,
Since male attire you choose,

If, with a chic Parisian touch
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Andrew Blakemore 12 December 2019

A witty little piece.

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Edward Kofi Louis 12 December 2019

Fancy wings of love and life. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Mahtab Bangalee 12 December 2019

changing the air of changing the wind storm of changing develops the industry, sense of discovery, science of invention, sociology, economy, politics......everything and everyone yeah the wind storm of changing hugs and cuddles the study, ritual rites, dress code in style and fashion oh the wind storm of changing decorates the male with full cloths and decorates the female short lovely cloths!

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Dr Antony Theodore 12 December 2019

If males like me came dressed, my dear, In skirts, to divers sports? With gussets, flares and pleats and things Like that, we'd give our fancy wings To grace the links and courts.. interesting thoughts. tony

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Dominic Windram 12 December 2019

Wonderfully witty verse poem...well penned; acutely observed!

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