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 BLUSTERY NIGHT Nature 2/12/2004
 BE GENTLE Love 2/10/2004
 NATURE'S WONDER Nature 2/8/2004
 ALICE'S GARDEN Nature 1/28/2004
 OLD BONES Life 1/27/2004
 FIRST CLASS SEAT Nature 1/27/2004
 QUIET REPOSE Life 1/25/2004
 NON CONFORMIST Life 1/20/2004
 THE LITTLE WOMAN Humorous Poems 1/19/2004
 RAIN SOAKED HELL Life 1/18/2004
 OSTRACIZED Misc 1/15/2004
 WE REAP Life 1/14/2004
 SILLY THOUGHTS Life 1/13/2004
 A DREAM Love 1/12/2004
 COLOURS Nature 1/9/2004
 DARK IMAGES Silly Poems 1/7/2004
 FEAR Life 1/6/2004
 LIGHT AND DARK Love 1/6/2004
 CHILDHOOD TEARS Life 1/4/2004
 TO BUSY Misc 1/4/2004
 PATH OF LIFE Life 1/3/2004
 FANTASY Silly Poems 1/2/2004
 PLASTIC Silly Poems 12/30/2003
 NOBODY CARED Misc 12/29/2003
 ALL AGLOW Nature 12/29/2003
 I MET A TEDDY BEAR Silly Poems 12/23/2003
 THINK ABOUT THEM Insight 12/22/2003
 CHRISTMAS WARMTH Love 12/20/2003
 PLEASE MISTER Misc 12/19/2003
 XMAS PAST Holiday Poems 12/17/2003
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BLUSTERY NIGHT

The curtains were swishing the wind it was rough
The night it were freezing cold and tough
This night I always remember there were Icicles too
Rubbish blowing up the street a blustery night right through.

The curtains were swishing and the glass it did break
And in comes mister wind make no mistake
He blew round the room like whirlwind for sure
He lifted all me paperwork as if he'd done it before.

Be damned he blew me paperwork he made a right mess
Then before he left what else did he do I'll leave you to guess
My god I looked down and I was in a state of undress
Through the window my books or more or less.

My poor old Teddy through the window he flew
I couldn't believe it I thought I'm next what am I going to do
I made for the door but he spotted me and bang it did go
I shivered and shook and was quite overcome with it all ya know.

Then all was silent I looked round and round
The curtains were still the paper work was still not a sound
I crept over to the window not a cold wind to be found
Quite erie it was as I put my clothes on I'll be bound.

The curtains did swish and he came back in
He said sorry for the mess it's a terrible sin
I was out of the door I was shaking like a leaf
Then he was gone again in the night just like a thief.

















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