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The Hallmark Queen



I've seen a lot of weird things in my life time,
But this ôhigh styleö person just blows my mind!
If you can bear to look long enough; it is a lady
There's something about her that's a little shady.

The spandex and jewelry is something Roxane would wear,
Latest fashion and colors, she will always have a ôflairö
Now the ôcatö glasses definitely belong to Aris,
We all know she fell off the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

This lady resembles Bertha who's 60 and Bernice, who's 67,
It's the hair that won't quit; trying to reach for Heaven!
Bertha finally took the towel off, her ôdoö she's trying to fix,
While Bernice decided to go back to her old ôFrench twistö.

The family agrees this thing is ugly, but everyone's in denial,
Rode hard, put up wet, this woman has traveled many a mile!
4/22/98
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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I was born in West Virginia and raised in Kentucky. I've been writing poetry since high school and have been in many poetry circles on the internet. I am known in these circles as the "legendarylinda". I have won contests, received medals and many other merits for my poetry. I would love to travel and see the world. My hero is Jesus Christ. I wish to dedicate this book to my parents and all my friends everywhere in the world. ~Peace Legendary Linda more…

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