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And here I thought you were going to be hospitable, Colin! Remind me not to take off my coat around you! LOL You're just a little Steven Kingish today, aren't you? :)


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reply by the author on 06-Feb-2020
    ha ha the poem just went that way lol.
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Talk about a fox in sheeps clothing, but it happens all the time to the unsuspecting and gullible. Right? And in more ways then one. Very well done AABB


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reply by the author on 05-Feb-2020
    Cheers Barb xx
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Excellent ... it is a charm and endearing piece with a flow and ebb of the quaint olde English which portrays its character and delivers his end ... it satisfies the lucid and free derangement that is called poetic liberty and calls for a more robust harmony to become sublime.


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reply by the author on 04-Feb-2020
    Many thanks again kind sir, cheers

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    anytime ...
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Oh dear! I guess when some stranger shows up at your door, there's danger both for the host and the stranger. I remember a terrible story in Texas where a drunken man from Scotland banged on the door asking for help and the frightened Texan shot through the door, killing the poor man. If you visit Texas, don't go unannounced to a stranger's door!


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    That is terrible Helen and I wont be getting drunk firstly then will never visit Texas lol, to many guns. Cheers x
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