Royal Wedding, Kate Middleton And Prince William Poem by Christian Lacdael

Christian Lacdael

Thetford, East Anglia

Royal Wedding, Kate Middleton And Prince William



A prince of old in name and dress,
Paired with daddy's little princess,
Spurs England to get flags unfurled,
To recall a distant quaint world,
For royalty we proles don't much care,
And believe their excess unfair,
But we'll support Kate and William,
Due to our pride for our kingdom,
Let joy meet all those that attend,
No punk be played which may offend,
Let confused travellers love it all,
And buy tat from every cheap stall,
Lest the wedding should end up marred,
We'll have police go out on guard,
We'll even fund the whole event,
And want nothing for what we've spent.

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Christian Lacdael

Thetford, East Anglia
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