Linda Was Quite Lonely
Thomas Leixlip the Proud. Follow Us
By Turlough O'Carolan. Sequenced by Barry Taylor.
Thomas Leixlip the Proud.
|Linda was quite lonely|
On the day of love.
No one cared how well she fared
Or which way she might move.
No one thought her lovely
That dress had seemed a failure,
Her calendar was empty,
Could it be? Oh, could it?
"Carnation-Gram," the boy said,
All Linda's sadness vanished
And so when Johnny called her
So please remember Linda
Copyright by Nicholas Gordon
|[about this site]||[poems for free]||[poem of the day]|
|[site policy]||[about me]||[links]|