It Ended With a Kiss
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It Ended With A Kiss
Marie, an oldie who'd never been kissed
Longed for the feeling of kissing on lips
One day she went selling kisses for free
Men were put off for Marie was gummy
She'd lost her teeth guzzling too many sweets
Then had regretted indulging in treats.
Suddenly a cool, handsome guy passed by
The oldie gave him a wink from her eye
He knew what she wanted and came up trumps
Gave her a kiss and found Marie stunk
He was disgusted and said she should pay
She paid happily as he'd made her day.
The dear sweet Marie has since passed away
This is what her epitaph has to say
"Here lies a woman merrily at rest
Her last day on earth was simply the best
That day she’d known the magic of a kiss
Twas worth every penny of fifty quid."
14th May 2022
If wishes were kisses life would be bliss,
everyone would be blessed with lucky lips.
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