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Joan and the Judge

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Joan and the Judge

While Judge Bradley Stevens was on a plane to Chicago, there would be a delightful, but ditsy blonde he got to know. A new hostess named Joan was on her first flight. She was awkward and clumsy, and didn’t do her job right. However, Judge Stevens found Joan quite a delight. He thought Joan should be the better half of his life, so Bradley took Joan’s hand and she became his wife. Despite all the ups and downs, love still prevailed. By many television watchers, this program was hailed Based on the 1950‘s television sitcom “I Married Joan“ I thank both the Internet Movie Database and You Tube for information I obtained to write this poem.

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  1. Date: 6/19/2013 2:29:00 PM
    a nice story. It must be for that true story contest? I don't think I had heard of this one before!

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    Date: 6/20/2013 11:09:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    No, I wrote this for the "above the clouds" contest.
  1. Date: 6/19/2013 7:02:00 AM
    A delicious, simple story of the '50 reminded in verses. Good job

  1. Date: 6/19/2013 5:52:00 AM
    A fun to read delightful ballade narrative. Kudos 4 d rhyme n d chuckles. I hope u read mine too.

  1. Date: 6/19/2013 3:01:00 AM
    Its true Robert that certain things are delight to us for no reason because GOD is great.In the days to come we get reason.True.

  1. Date: 6/18/2013 11:55:00 PM
    Didn't know about this. Well....I guess love will find you on land, sea, or sky when it is meant to be. Good one, Robert.