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by Casey
Rated: E · Poetry · Romance/Love · #2183923
When May West met Cary Grant. I know...I watch too much Turner Classic.
 
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"Mae's Comeuppance"  (E)
When May West met Cary Grant. I know...I watch too much Turner Classic.
#2183923 by Casey

Total Lines: 14
Prompt: "Too much of a good thing can be wonderful."

"Mae's Comeuppance"

It’s all about her look; perhaps her stance:
Her lines delivered; hands upon her hips.
She never fails to mention a romance;
An offering of quips upon her lips.

Mae’s devil-may-care attitude the 'bomb'
until she met that dark-eyed full of bull:
So Cary Grant considered quite the plumb:
"TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING CAN BE WONDERFUL."

Mae swaggers; sways and then she flips her train.
She looks into his dark and dashing eyes:
"I'm nothing but a nurse should you complain.'"
as Cary catches innuendo rise.

"Come up and see me, anytime at all"
(I think our Mae has finally met her fall.)

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