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Limerick: There Was An Old Sailor Of Compton
BVA Barry Van Allen ( / )

Limerick: There Was An Old Sailor Of Compton

There was an Old Sailor of Compton,
Whose vessel a rock it once bump'd on;
The shock was so great,
that it damaged the pate,
Of that singular Sailor of Compton.

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All we can really hope for with old flames, is that they bring us a warm glow, long after the relationship embers have died down. May your memories warm your heart Barry! (Oh Lord! ! did that sound too much like Hallmark Mush? ? ! !) Hugs, Dee