Susan Shuster swore she'd send
Simple Scottie scampering.
"Scat, scat, Scott!" she shrilly shrieked,
"And stop that silly simpering."
Simple Scottie scans the sky,
Sunday's sunset shimmering.
"Shame, shame on Sue," Scott softly sighs,
"She'll share some sad remembering."
Copyright © William Robinson | Year Posted 2005
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