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The Sin Bin

           Forgive me Father, this unpardonable sin,

I forgot to put out the wheelie bin.

Inside, I'm afraid, are many a toad,

Dead ones - scraped from the edge of me road.

The stench is disgusting, it truly is rife,

DIVORCE is the word being screamed by me wife.

A hot humid week till it's emptied again,

May the neighbours forgive me, thanks and Amen!



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