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Chuck to Liz

Chuck to Liz

Merry Christmas, Mummy dear,

may your pressies all be

super;

and your Queenish speech

be out of reach,

with no unoccasioned blooper.

Toast?

Toast?

I burnt the bread this morning,

ending up eating toast;

then I toasted the queen

with the grill I loves the most;

she turned a golden-brown,

and I knew that she was done,

spread on top some margarine,

and a tablespoon full of hun-

ney.

April the Sixth – ‘The Show’ by Graeme Sandford

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On with the show
It must go on
The post it must get through
Determined we are to see it happen
On, on and thrice on!

All this enthusiasm tends
To leave me weak at the ends of the day
I’d like to say it was worth it all
But, it is, so I will, I shall
Proclaim it to the four walls,
One ceiling, one floor –
One cat, who (having thought about my words)
Is resident upon my lap no more).

The show’s the thing
Wherein I catch the imagination
Of the king – hold on…
We haven’t got a king
We’ve got a queen…
And it was Queen who sang to us that
‘The show must go on!’

So on it must go!