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    Short Kilt Poem

    My Kilt
    I wear my kilt in the sun and rain,
    But on windy days I will refrain,
    Some things should be private,
    And hidden shall remain.
    No accidental flashing,
    My dignity intact,
    Wind and kilts donít match,
    And that my friends is fact.

    By Mel Beasley

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    Funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer Jones View Post
    Funny
    Glad you liked it.

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    Awesome rhyme!
    Craig Jones
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    Itís a lang road thatís no goat a turnin

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    Thanks Creag, there is a sample of some of my poetry here if anyone is interested: http://www.alfvin-runesandtarot.com/Bardic-Page.html

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    I have worn a kilt every day for the last 5 years and never been embarrassed or given offence:

    Heavyweight wool kilts

    Heavy silver kilt pins

    3rd kilt strap at right hip

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbiethepiper View Post
    I have worn a kilt every day for the last 5 years and never been embarrassed or given offence:

    Heavyweight wool kilts

    Heavy silver kilt pins

    3rd kilt strap at right hip
    I wrote this in the first few days of wearing a cilt, we had non stop gale force winds for about a month. It was also written tongue in cheek as a bit of fun.
    Gweld Dim Ond Y Gwir

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    I have to go with the classic;

    The hielan man wears his kilt
    When it's wintry and it's blowin
    He kens no where the wind comes from
    But he kens fine where it's goin.
    Geoff Withnell

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    When I first read the title of this thread, I thought it was a poem about a short kilt!

    There was a kilt wearer named Mort
    Whose kilt was exceedingly short
    When the slightest breeze
    Blew between his knees
    It caused flashing of an embarrassing sort!
    Quote Originally Posted by Alan H View Post
    Some days you're the bat, some days you're the watermelon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikilt View Post
    When I first read the title of this thread, I thought it was a poem about a short kilt!

    There was a kilt wearer named Mort
    Whose kilt was exceedingly short
    When the slightest breeze
    Blew between his knees
    It caused flashing of an embarrassing sort!
    I never thought of that!
    Gweld Dim Ond Y Gwir

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