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  MICHAEL MICMAC MCCRORY (25/01/1954)
 
 
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  13.     

'Dancing shoes'

Haiku


'Dancing shoes'

Dancing shoes
that cannot dance
Without dancing feet



MICMAC
 
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  14.     

'Fireworks for love'

FIREWORKS FOR LOVE

Jumping Jack heart a leaping
At the sound of the Cherry-Bomb
The Bengal light lit up the night
The Roman Candle lit up the way
Tell me does anybody know the difference
Between the Fisgig and the Fizgig
Or a Rocket and a Skyrocket?
Can you throw a Banger
Further than a Bunger
Whizzbang wallop, there’s the Devil
Igniting a Catherine’s Wheel
Pastille coloured or just Maroon
Or a flaming red Iron Sand
Pyrotechnics for Halloween and Bonfire Night
I have a Throwdown and Tantrum
Then go away like a Creepy Serpent
The original Damp Squib
Off home, seething hot as a Volcano
To shower in a Fountain of love
With my darling, the nights one true Sparkler
Home with you, you my little Cracker



MICMAC
 
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  15.     

'Geography'

‘Geography’

Why study geography
When you got no place to go
The government has taken all your money
Telling you they need the dough

Why study mathematics
Totalling up amounts
When the government has taken
All your money out of your accounts

Why study English
When you know that the man
Is taking the whole broken country
And flushing it down the pan

I guess we’ll have to study geography
If we want to stay in the human race
When the government sinks this country
We’ll have to find our way
Out of this place

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  16.     

'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


MICMAC
 
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