Aunt And Uncle At My Wedding - Poem by Sandra Dodd
Well they kissed its official
they preacher pronouce it done
He has a tiger by the tail
I'll be praying for that one
I am not sure he knows
what he has there
in that there little girl
and just how to control it
Oh, Herald you never watch, listen
observe the obvious
Since she was a child
it has been apparent.
She cant be held down
On that there young woman
no tail, she is a manx with a very slick coat
He will have to run quick to keep up
she'll keep him on the move.
Hopefully heading the right direction
while fixing her lipstick and her rouge.
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