Strawberry Jam - Poem by Joe Hughes
She takes her break at half eleven.
She never eats roast beef nor ham.
She wouldn't touch pate nor bacon.
For her it's always strawberry jam.
Now as a child she tried them all.
Marmite, peanut butter, yes even spam.
But all she ever wants in life
Is juicy, delicious, strawberry jam.
Her marriage was a fine affair.
Her closest friend was her best man
But when they came to cut the cake
The filling oozed strawberry jam.
Well marmalade she likes a little.
It is the favourite of her nan.
But she could easily forget her dinner
Then fill herself with strawberry jam.
She's been around this world of ours.
She's even been to Vietnam
But she is happiest at home
With luscious, reddest strawberry jam!
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