The Ballad of Bill Spinks' Bedstead and Other Poems by Pam Ayres

The Ballad of Bill Spinks' Bedstead and Other Poems by Pam Ayres

Author:Pam Ayres
Language: eng
Format: mobi
Tags: England, Australia, Humor, Poetry
ISBN: 0727820184
Publisher: Wm. Collins Sons
Published: 1981-10-06T11:00:00+00:00


How I love both my hip bones protruding

How I worship my knobbly knees

And laying out in my bikini

Me ribs play a tune in the breeze.

Mind, I have to take care with me elbows

For they’ve gone in the shape of a peak,

And the last time I nudged me poor husband

He never stood up for a week.

How I love the great flaps round me midriff

Where fat once it blubbered and sang.

Now these great folds of skin have nothing within

And about me they tastefully hang.

For that’s one disadvantage of slimming—

It can make the skin somewhat slack

And as I have no wish to frighten the dog

I tend to go round in my ’mac.



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