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Famous Bellyache Poems by Famous Poets

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by Service, Robert William

Since Mary Ellen left me lone
 I haven't earned a bloody bob.
I sit and sigh, and mope and moan,
 And bellyache I quit my job.
My money's mostly gone,--I think
 I ought to save it up for food . . .
But no, I'll blow it in for drink,
 Then do a bunk for good.

I watch my mouse his whiskers preen;
 He watches me with wicked glee.
Today--oh God! It's years sixteen
 Since Mary Ellen wed with me.
Oh how the dear girl hated vermin!
 She...Read More

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