Biographical Poetry posted January 25, 2019

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She was wild and loose as a goose.

Betty Sue Was a Wild Child

by Liberty Justice

When Life Was Still Fun Contest Winner 
Betty Sue had a coke bottle shape.
Men shouted, "For goodness sake,"
Every time she hit the bar room door,
Men grabbed her, headed to the dance floor.

She wore the tightest black mini short skirt.
Her ruby red lipstick made your eyes hurt.
She wore pink polka dot bobby socks.
Danced to Elvis Presley's juke box rocks.

She turned all the men's star struck heads
Made them want her body for their beds.
Betty Sue did table top dirty dancing,
With whatever lovers she was romancing.

She wore a full puffy black afro wig.
Everyone said, "It, I can surely dig."
Betty Sue was a loose as a goose wild child,
Who drank too much, but made everyone smile.

Rarely took off her clothes, except one time she stripped,
After falling on the dance floor, when she was dipped.
Man, she really knew how to liven up a party place.
We could never keep up with wild child's pace.

When Life Was Still Fun
Contest Winner


Betty Sue was a party girl and really knew how to brighten up a jazzy joint. She was a wild child, free and loose as a goose when she drank; but we all loved her and looked after her crazy butt. Do you know anyone like this character?

Thanks goes out to "The human inner light," the artwork by Galia G.
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