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A Poetic Easter Seasons Story, With Advice!

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Once there lived a woman whose name was Esther
She was one who had certainly loved lots of chatting
The best of her many friends was her cousin Lester
There was time she would visit Lester just for a chat

Only she wouldn't missed out visiting him at Easter
Mostly that's the time they'd share a drop more wine
However Lester holds great confidence in the Divine
And he was always ready to lecture on the Scriptures
Then he'd preach to anyone who'd listen to a lecture
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Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Topic(s) of this poem: poetry
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Bri Edwards 06 February 2017
the last of these lines made me laugh.... a bit. :) Not so for Esther, she wasn't keen on learning Scriptures Although she'd visit regularly, it was mainly for the wine - - - - - - - - - - - - - - these lines and the others before it [i haven't read the rest of the poem yet] make me feel this is the favorite of (for me) of all the poems of yours i've read so far. ;) and i like the fester/Lester rhyme especially. Stepping on the tack gave Esther's foot quite a fester It made her more careful when she went visiting Lester - - - - - - - - - yes, i learned in church that God is more than wine; He is bread wafers also! ! ! ! hee-hee. this is a fine sermon. a sermon from Clarence on the Mount Toronto. to MyPoemList. and into Section A of 2017's February showcase. Thanks, Clarence. i enjoyed this one a lot, but tell me: Esther really did not have a cousin named Lester, did she? ? bri :)
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