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Category: Funny Banter Poems
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  HER LITTLE FEET  

Her little feet!... Beneath us ranged the sea,
    She sat, from sun and wind umbrella-shaded,
One shoe above the other danglingly,
    And lo! a Something exquisitely graded,
Brown rings and white, distracting--to the knee!

The band was loud. A wild waltz melody
    Flowed rhythmic forth. The nobodies paraded.
And thro' my dream went pulsing fast and free:
                        Her little feet.

Till she made room for some one. It was He!
    A port-wine flavored He, a He who traded,
Rich, rosy, round, obese to a degree!
A sense of injury overmastered me.
    Quite bulbously his ample boots upbraided
                        Her little feet.

                                     William Ernest Henley.


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