Dear Ladies Of Altinkum - Poem by Alexander Downie
Dear ladies of a certain age, when coming on holiday respect yourself,
perhaps hot pants are past it and that boob tube should remain on the shelf?
They may have once been proud mountains but the truth is the're now saggy,
and like all rugged valleys once smooth crevices, are worn and craggy.
When sitting in the bank please have some grace, poise and decorum,
having to avoid cellulite thighs in a mini-skirt before breakfast is toilsome.
We understand the heat is horrendous and the evenings quite balmy,
c'mon a see through wrap around showing your best pulling pant is tawdry.
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