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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - Do the British take their brollies?

Do the British take their brollies?

by

M A Heathcote

Do the British take their brollies?
On Las Palmer Hollies
Do they their Earl grey tea?
Take with two lumps or three
And whilst sitting besides the sea
Have they enough vinegary chips
Girls with oval red tomato hips
To saucy for just a kiss
On the lips in hopes she’ll reminisce...
Do the British spend all their pennies?
And take their Pooh bear Winnie’s
And why do they buy mugs and plates?
To show back home their mates
And brag about a bartered price
And return not just once nor twice
But thrice was it really that nice.


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