A Royal Flush - Poem by Dave Birss
In July of 1987
The Queen arrived to cut the ribbon
And open Inverness Town Hall
Revealing a brass plaque on the wall.
When she arrived at 12: 03
One did need a Royal Wee
Really rather desperately
And used the hall's facility
And to this day that loo is known
As Inverness's Royal Thrown.
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