Peggy Sue - Poem by Joyce Hemsley
Once, our friend held high office
He guided both me and you.
But all the glory he gave up
To be with his Peggy Sue.
I know what you are thinking:
That Peggy was his Bride
But you are quite mistaken
Because 'Peg' rules the ocean wide.
Peggy is a small sailing ship
Travelling the seas of blue.
She is his dream - his whole life
And he named her 'Peggy Sue'.
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