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    How about this:

    Once was a man named MacPeak
    Who couldn't go 'round in breeks
    If the cold winds did blow
    We were all sure to know
    He'd go with a bit of cheek...

    I'll stop now.

    JMB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blupiper View Post
    How about this:

    Once was a man named MacPeak
    Who couldn't go 'round in breeks
    If the cold winds did blow
    We were all sure to know
    He'd go with a bit of cheek...

    I'll stop now.

    JMB
    I think I'll regret starting this.
    Gweld Dim Ond Y Gwir

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    Mel,
    I just saw the poem and thoroughly enjoyed it. Well done.
    Chaps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaps View Post
    Mel,
    I just saw the poem and thoroughly enjoyed it. Well done.
    Thanks, just a bit of fun. I have a couple of pages of poetry I've written on one of my websites.
    Gweld Dim Ond Y Gwir

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