She stood there radiant and
tall; she shone as she went by
Oh how the boys, they
stared! She was easy on the eye.
Clad in scanty daisy dukes,
a top slashed up to “there”,
you could hear the sigh as
she passed in the blink of an eye.
Long hair flowed down to her
waist; dyed delicious chestnut brown.
Oh how they whistled as she
went, with a laugh and a wink of an eye
Shoes on her feet made her
tower above them, idol on high.
She glided on, they howled
and bayed and crowed with a roll of the eye
She arrived at the General
Store and that where she met her Honeybee.
And they were silent and
sorry and shuffled with a lowering of the eye.
She gave him a kiss as he flexed his
muscles at them.
They huffed and puffed, shuffled and
tried not to meet the man’s eye.