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Bill's Cucumbers

There once was a Nun who knew Bill For his cucumbers gave her a thrill Off to sleep she went, dreamt Her thoughts heavenly sent All sweating she woke up with a shrill Now embarrassed she's off to confess That a cucumbers left her distressed To the Father she cries Would they be Bill's he replied I've dreamt, now let us totally repent < came to me after reading Jan Allison's 'Limerick' about Bill's Cucumbers >

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Date: 9/12/2020 9:25:00 AM
Interesting work. Not sure I exactly understand it but I think I do. Thanks for your visit to my page. Sara
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Date: 8/25/2020 9:23:00 PM
Ha,ha! When limericks come to you, well, what can I say?! Enjoyed! :) gw
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Date: 8/19/2020 12:49:00 AM
oh James I am blushing and have tears of laughter -I'm so delighted my silly poem inspired you to write this gem... we need more humour in our lives especially at these troubled time:-) Into my faves and thanks for my first smile of the day:-) hugs Jan xx
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