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Vanity Cruise-Sequel I

Garnet in necklace, He picked the garland, It was of marigold, And was fresh, As its perfume was not old, On his index finger, Shone the gold ring case with blue diamond, His Gucci and maxim, Reinforced his expensive perfume, His two hound dogs barked their breed, And so did his three body guards, Well oiled and muscled, And ready to protect for the moneys paid, The captain bowed, And took him aside to his exclusive lounge, As he walked inside the cruise, He barked in insolence his orders, The captain simply stood shaking on lounge borders, Soon he was shown his own suite, Which was worth more than a loot, He soon relaxed in his cosy cushions, Not even feeling that the cruise had long begun.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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