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A youngster of seventy four
was thinking her day was a bore
to shake off the dust
a party's a must
I'll invite all the gals here and more


So off she went to the stitch chat
With her best bib 'n tucker and hat
she said I'm the one
who's going to have fun
I'm gonna be the coolest cool cat


Now what do we have here to drink
a margarita with a lime slice I think
with a dash of rim salt
that will give us a jolt
she said with the cheekiest wink


But the gig needs a little more spice
a Chippendale might be quite nice
I'll see if our Dave
is up for a rave
He said I'll be there in a trice


He said well hello there my ducks
I'm ready and dressed in my tux
I'll dance with you bobbers
and pop all my poppers
and my speedo with bright blue pintucks


The party went on quite a while
in the traditional embroiderers style
everyone had a blast
and the booze flowed quite fast
at the best stitch chat party by a mile

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Comment by Marina on February 27, 2012 at 8:40pm

Very good - I enjoy it.  Thanks for sharing.

Comment by rango on June 29, 2009 at 9:24pm
hahahah love it - my but you are fast getting it off the chat into a poem a job well done - David should love it yahoo!!!
Comment by Erlymus on June 29, 2009 at 9:23pm
I have to figure out how to print this off and let my kids see it. They will laugh soooooooooo hard. Thanks for a wonderful laugh and you have great talent to be able to write like this.
Comment by GrandmaShari on June 28, 2009 at 7:14pm
That is wonderful! Thank you for sharing!
Comment by Linda Sue on June 28, 2009 at 2:55pm
You are quite the poet my dear. That was indeed quite a party! We will have to have another in July.
Comment by TinkerTins on June 28, 2009 at 8:12am
LOL.... cute... can't imagine who's party that was....LMAO (sorry I missed it Jean)... maybe next time!

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