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Friday, July 4, 2008

On Talking To A Royalist

Without meaning to show disrespect to your Queen
Like you and I her better days she has seen
Were she born of non royal parents the judgemental of her would say
She looks fairly ordinary withered and gray.

She is one admired and by many her praises are sung
And she looked very beautiful when she was young
Her biological clock on her ticking away
And clearly she has known a far better day.

Her husband the cynical old Prince he looks surly and sad
By all accounts he was a randy young lad
On her partner for life her's was not a good choice
She could have married one far more kind and nice.

If you love your Queen that is okay with me
For we all look at life one might say differently
But like the sheep and the cow the monarch and president as well as you and I
Are only mere mortals and born to die.

Your Queen is a good person that is to give her what is her due
And to her higher self she is one who is true
But I will leave it to you her praises for to sing
For I live my own way and I do my own thing.
Francis Duggan
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