A Lovely Lass - Poem by Ernestine Northover
Our lovely Sadie, is a lovely lady,
A lady shrewd, a lady who'd
Give a guy, the winking eye,
Then turn with a giggle, and give him a wiggle
Of her slinky hips, and those luscious lips
So ruby red, that make tingles spread
Up and down the spine, she's so pavonine.
But she's everyone's lover, as all will discover,
So sad, but true, but don't misconstrue,
She's, a lovely lass, and one with class,
One could always try, to catch her eye,
And ask for a date, she might reciprocate.
You could be her new bow, her Mr Righto,
So give it a chance, this could lead to romance.
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