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Walk lightly
 
Why do the young men seem to seek for adventure
They chase the young ladies and then they pinch her
They do not want the pinches, they like smooth kisses
So next time you chase her, and catch those young misses
Remember to treat her nicely and step so very lightly
Do not do it improperly, but do it quite so uprightly
Do not be mean, nor rude, do not be mischevious
Walk and hold her hand, if she permits be delicious
Perhaps soon, you can sit and look at the full moon
Be careful to step softly while singing a love tune


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mischevious

By olderandbolder

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This Poem is part of a Challenge: - The BRAIN TEASE challenge-read page for rules, info, and word to UNSCRAMBLE (challenge has been closed)


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