Tuesday, February 23, 2016
DMC: "Jenny Dump'd Me," a paroditty by J. Patrick Lewis
JENNY DUMP'D ME
[A paroditty of Leigh Hunt's "Jenny Kiss'd Me"]
Jenny dump’d me when we met,
Bolting from the store she walked in;
Time, that burglar, stole my pet
Seconds after I had clocked in.
Say I’m happy nonetheless.
Say that life has not speed-bump’d me.
Say whatever. I confess,
Jenny dump’d me.
© J. Patrick Lewis. All rights reserved.
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