Natalie Green - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich
A lady named Natalie Green
slipped and fell on a Mexican bean.
Since her shirt was too short
she let out a brief snort
and then quickly departed the scene.
But the bean had been left on the ground,
where she stayed without making a sound.
Only Natalie Green
who departed the scene
had absconded and never was found.
You can see that it pays us to stay,
not give worry the time of the day.
Whether Natalie Green
or the Mexican bean
did get lucky, I really can't say.
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