Hazel Connelly

Freshman - 635 Points (28th September 1949 / Lancashire)

Nice Mess - Poem by Hazel Connelly

On a mountain in Virginia stands a lonesome pine
Just below, the cabin home of a little girl of mine

Having the time of our lives
Far from our sweethearts and wives.

Since January, April, June or July
Snow time, pay no time to stay

We're going to see, we're going to see
We're going to see my home in Dixie.

I knew I'd found my paradise
Honolulu baby, where do you get those eyes?

I'm in love with you
With your eyes so blue.

You do the tango jiggle
With a Texas Tommy wiggle

Fast his hands his carbine hold
It is his best friend of old.

When clouds are grey, when skies are blue
Come rain or shine I'm happy too

You are the ideal of my dreams
I've loved you forever it seems.

You told me things you never meant
And made me think them too,

'Well here's another nice mess
You've gotten me into.'

© Hazel 2011

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, November 29, 2013

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