*Zirkeln* the right of reply ..... :-]

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Subject: *Zirkeln* the right of reply ..... :-]
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2001 20:54:13 -0800 (PST)
I've been told to put my other little feathered
daughters name in this, she now name Lee, Hilary said
I must, so here goes, hope you like.

Now I have a right to reply,
About an "ill" Lee used olde word, :-]
It's mainly spoken by those,
Who talk about a bird,
The word they use is "Zirkeln"
An ancient one indeed,
It's used to describe a bird act,
Of those, prizing out a tree feed,

They push their little beaks in,
In between the stringy bark,
Zircle around their beaks,
To create a bored arc,
Or perhaps when their in there,
Munching a tasty grub,
Wiping their beaks as they draw out,
Kelning them with a rub,

Now as many on this planet do know,
We Oz came from an ancient race,
No Chelsea or Spurs supporters,
Causing carnage around this place,
But as I remember back,
To what a wise aborigine said to me,
"Zirkelning" is what an Eagle does,
When he sees Gammo's white hairy knee.

Fly safe Hilary ...... have a wonderful weegend
everyone :-] oh before I sign orf for a few weeks,

Why don't sharks bite Lawyers?
Professional courtesy


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