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  MICHAEL MICMAC MCCRORY (25/01/1954)
 
 
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  81.     

'Humbly Yours'

‘Humbly yours’

I would like to humbly apologise
To say I was completely wrong
Yes, oh yes! I did err
Only because I did care

I didn’t mean to do this thing
I didn’t mean to upset
I don’t want you to worry
I will show you I am sorry

Can you forgive and forget
Please, please! Let’s make up
I can’t bear to see you like this
Let’s seal our truce with a kiss

You will!
Oh, thank you
I will stop I will refrain
I will never do it again


I don’t want keep on or make a fuss
However, so it doesn’t stay between us
Just so, it doesn’t grow and grow
It’s just that I wanted to know




WHAT DID I DO?



MICMAC
 
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  82.     

'Hungry'

‘Hunger’

I am hungry
You make me hungry
I have been starved

I want to gorge myself
I want to be replete
Even though I am full

Of my love for you

I am hungry
I hunger
For your love

Please feed my hunger!

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  83.     

'I love Sweaty Betty'

‘I LOVE SWEATY BETTY’

I sit down to write a love letter
To the woman I love, and I’ll get her
For me she’s the one, none better
But she’s as big as a whale, only wetter

The one I desire and I’ll win she
Is the one they call Sweaty Betty
Although, she is as mad as a banshee
And twice as hairy as a yeti

One day in the pub, someone started a fire
From Betty the sweat did sprout
She climbed onto a table to get higher
And sweated the fire right out

One day I got close and gave her a cuddle
Oh! In addition a kiss I did sneak
I ended up in a puddle
Oh god! How that girl did leak

I told her I’d love her forever
I ‘d marry her if she’d let me
As the puddle turned into a river
I proposed to Sweaty Betty


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  84.     

'I must have'

‘I Must Have’

Hoarding, building collections
Audio tapes, records and C.D.s
Happy forever collating
Books in all the nooks
Have to buy another
Just to have the set
Buy one of those
I haven’t had one yet
I must get another
Because there’s space behind the door
To collect a bit more
Oh! And then there’s the floor
Must have; I need to get
The cupboard isn’t full yet
I have to own; it’s in the statutes
Ownership is nine tenths of the law
Own it when I am alive
Because the other tenth
Is the ownership of a plot
Six by four with the sods on top
This piece of land
I must have
 
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