Tramps - Poem by Francie Lynch
Mammy fried her food,
It was chops and tomatoes.
Then the grease from the pan
Was smeared on our faces,
And loose tea used for the unshaven look.
Brilliant and no charge.
The disguise was indistinguishable.
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