Sylvia - The Fairest - Poem by Joyce Hemsley
Who was Sylvia?
Just a girl of fifteen
so pretty and innocent was she
that all the boys fell in love at a glance
other young girls stood not a chance.
There was something magnetic
about Sylvia - the powerful attraction
of glowing amour. Boys' term-end
results were slightly inferior and the
Head Teacher had problems galore.
Sixthform boys were in a lovesick whirl
because of Sylvia, the pretty attractive
and innocent young girl.
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