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Tea Time Temptation (Poem)

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In the land of this and that,
there was but one combat.
Of he and he and she was all but free,
the bee with no knees saved her to flee,
and all she did say was,
"TIZ TIME FOR TEA."

He consulted the mountains,
on how to tame her,
conversed with the seas,
to set love free.

He returned to the woman,
of whom she did see,
to utter those words,
"TIZ TIME FOR TEA."

He spoke to the rabbit,
to curve his hot habit,
he looked into the light,
to learn not to fight,
he waited and waited,
but the leaf over boiled,
with a snarl and a hiss,
she claimed she was pissed.

Tear down his cheek,
and chips in his chest,
he dropped to his knees,
and asked,
"TIZ TIME FOR TEA?"

With a smile on her lips,
she held his hand fine,
and spoke with a wisper.
"THE TEA, IS ONLY MINE..."

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