SHADY LADY AND THE HIDDEN SHOE

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

I once knew a lady,
Her intentions shady,
One day so lovely,
We sought to go for walk,
She seldom to him did squalk,
But her husband objected,
She rejected,
His simple requests,
He sit to think a bit,
Then with her shady wit,
She a plan would to me vent.
Perfume she added for scent,
She looked high and low,
For his shoe don't you know,
Near and far
To keep him from going to the local bar,
to visit Nelli Star,
His boot she hid in the stove so well,
Oh the smell,
For when he looked to venture out,
His other boot he could not find about,
He looked high and low,
but little did he know
That shady lady hid it in the stove.

Linda Terrell
March 28, 2009

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