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    Revision of an older poem. . . .



    What the Lord Chamberlain Allowed

    Fifties prudery! At the Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool,
    where my Uncle Bill performed as red-nosed comic between

    tableaus of naked wenches: William Tell’s "son" stage right,
    papier maché apple on her head, with "Papa" Tell at stage left

    aiming her crossbow--neither allowed to move, not even a tick,
    just like the busbied guardsmen at Buckingham Palace.

    At age seven, I watched the scant-clad girls from the drafty wings.
    Back then, I preferred currant buns to nipples like currants.

    Later, National Geographic pics of bare-breasted women
    from underdeveloped countries helped me in my development.

    Christopher T. George
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    ...oh yea, and those throat rings?

    sh!!
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    Watch out Chris......................'ere's 'er dad!
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