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Limerick: Once an uppity Lady in Freeze

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Limerick: Once an uppity Lady in Freeze

Limerick: Once an uppity Lady from Freeze

Once an uppity Lady in Freeze
Bought a thousand three-hundred shoe-trees.
She had only two feet
Under her buckling meat.
People ate skunk cabbage soles to grease.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

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