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Category: Funny Women Poems
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        Oh, Wing Tee Wee
        Was a sweet Chinee,
    And she lived in the town of Tac.
        Her eyes were blue,
        And her curling queue
    Hung dangling down her back;
And she fell in love with gay Win Sil
When he wrote his name on a laundry bill.

        And, oh, Tim Told
        Was a pirate bold,
    And he sailed in a Chinese junk;
        And he loved, ah me!
        Sweet Wing Tee Wee,
    But his valiant heart had sunk;
So he drowned his blues in fickle fizz,
And vowed the maid would yet be his.

        So bold Tim Told
        Showed all his gold
    To the maid in the town of Tac;
        And sweet Wing Wee
        Eloped to sea,
    And nevermore came back;
For in far Chinee the maids are fair,
And the maids are false,--as everywhere.

                                                J. P. Denison.

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