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AMNESIA. by Bernard Shaw

Postby Bernard Shaw » Fri Mar 24, 2006 1:18 pm

Bernard Shaw

Hello old chap, how do you do,

What on earth's the matter with you.

Strange you cannot recall my name,

We met last year, in the south of Spain.

I was with my sister Sue,

You must remember she fell for you.

You were wearing Bermuda shorts,

Whilst playing on the tennis courts.

Curious that you don't remember me,

We paddled together in the sea.

We eat ice cream on the strand,

My sister sue held your hand.

You cannot have forgotten that my name is Joe,

It is easy to remember I'll have you know.

What you have never been to Spain,

Your happily married to a girl named Jane.

Now I realise what's the matter with you,

You are suffering from amnesia too.
Bernard Shaw

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