Royal Proclamation - Poem by Ima Ryma
President Reagan and the Queen
Went for a horse ride at his ranch
The Queen's horse farted so obscene,
Causing Her Majesty to blanche.
They continued riding along
In awkwardness and silently.
What should be said to right the wrong?
The Queen, quite uncomfortably,
Had this to say 'bout this release.
'Regrettably, I must confide, '
'Some things royalty cannot cease.'
To which the President repled,
'I'm so glad you told me, of course.'
'Or I'd a thought it was the horse.'
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