Willow Cochrane


Itsy Bitsy Tini Weeni Elven Chainmail Bikini - Poem by Willow Cochrane

She was afraid to come out of the armory
She felt as exposed as could be
It was all that they had in the armory
And she knew everybody would see
(Two, three, four, tell the people what she wore)
It was an itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
That she wore to adventure today
An itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
So in the armory she wanted to stay
(Two, three, four, hauberk sure would cover more)
She was afraid to go down in the dungeon
So a big cloak around her she pulled
It was drafty and cold in the dungeon
And so she went bundled up in the wool
(Two, three, four, fought her way through orcs galore)
It was an itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
That she wore to adventure today
An itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
So in the big cloak she wanted to stay
(Two, three, four, hack and slash and blood and gore)
Now she's already vanquished a dragon
And she's already plundered its lair
But her cloak was burned off by the dragon
And she knows everybody will stare
(Two, three, four, they'd never seen the like before)
It was an itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
That she wore for the first time today
An itsy bitsy teenie weenie plus-four elven chain bikini
So in the dungeon she wanted to stay

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010



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