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The Dairymaid

Her lovely smile, you should be told, is like a pint, that’s topped with gold. Tight curls surround the comely face, just like a golden carapace. Her many lovers, so we hear, forswear their cider, (some their beer) when promised by her little scheme, to share a pot of clotted cream. Temptation is a real curse, when passion leads to something worse. Performing on a milking stool, breaks every Health & Safety Rule! ~
For Craig Cornish's "Funny Poem" Contest - 5th August 2012.

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  1. Date: 8/26/2012 8:15:00 AM
    Funny indeed. love the rhyme and that beautiful word - carapace! (had to google that one.) love, Kathy