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TWENTY - Part the Fourth

By Madpote and Psixpence

I've never been so nervous
But my blonde bird of such charm
Was soon chatting with my mum
And my image was taking harm
For she had the baby photos out
Those embarrassing ones of me
That no man in his right mind
Ever wants his bird to see

His Mum was really lovely
Showed me all his baby pics
While he just sat there squirming
(It's how Mothers get their kicks!)
I soon felt quite at home there
Amongst his family,
And we really were an item
My handsome lad and me.

The dread meeting being over
And I almost back at my ease
Though my lovely cheeky bird
Was being such a tease
About me being a bouncy baby
And how beautifully I'd grown
When I just said I really love you
Can we have children of our own?

We were hugging, laughing, kissing
When he took me by surprise
By suggesting we had kids one day
But the love was in his eyes,
With a happy heart I told him
ĎOh yes, we'll have plenty!'
I knew he was the one for me
Even though I was just twenty.

So I'm lying here contentedly
In my brand new marriage bed
And on my shoulder rests
The gentle weight of her head
Oh we've shared love together
So often and in plenty
For we're the couple who always
Will score the perfect Twenty.

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