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Dancin' In Paris

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I be awerkin' at fixin' dinner,
and my man, he be awerkin' in the fields,
and well, I just startin' inta dreamin'
'bout me a-dancin' in Paris.

I be wearin' sparkly shoes with high, skinny
heels, and one o' them slinky gowns. I'm a-drinkin'
that bubbly stuff outin' a one-legged glass.
Lotsa good-lookin' men be astin' me ta dance.

Then my man comes home, clumpin' in muddy
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Sandra Fowler 30 December 2006

Warm, captivating, and very original. Just lovely in every way, Mary. Always your friend, Sandra

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Duncan Wyllie 28 March 2006

To be content with the real wealth around you.Great Message.Love Duncan

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Charles M Moore 03 March 2006

This is a brilliant poem woderfully written in a local dialect, that adds to its poetic justice, loved it, Charlie.

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