Dowdy Won'T Doody - Poem by Laurence Overmire
She looks radiant today
What is it
Let's be honest she's had the
Dowdy, frumpy look for quite awhile
What is it that's different
A new hairdo? new lipstick?
It couldn't be a face-lift, could it?
But I don't get it. She looks terrific!
What do you think it is?
I think they call it self-esteem.
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