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Contributed by softerware on Thursday, 23rd April 2020 @ 05:01:00 AM in AEST
Topic: happypoetry

I have a bit of heady news Iíd like to share with you.
About what we wear on our heads, or at least we used to do!
Thereís beanie hats and baseball caps, berets, bowlers and then,
Royal crowns or coonskins and bonnets tied Ďneath chins.
Thereís cloche hats and monk/'/s hats, cowboy hats in open spaces
Deerstalkers and dunce caps and derby hats for races..
Football helmets, fascinators, fedoras with a crease.
Hoodies, and jester/'/s caps, and helmets for the police. .
Homburgs and glengaries, the Scottish best-loved hat.
Mortarboards that students wear when they graduate.
That they must toss into the air (in fact they just canít wait!)
Riding hats and newsboy caps, and stovepipes to the sky.
Skull caps and souíwesters that keep us warm and dry.
Snoods (just fancy hairnets) straw hats, sombreros too.
Tams, tieras, turbans, and toques for chefs to use.
Knitted watchcaps, and walrus hats that fold over the brim.
Alpine caps with feathers, called tyroleans.
There are plenty more Iíve missed but there/'/s no time dog gone it.
Hats off to you for all you do. Or put a lid upon it.

Copyright © softerware ... [ 2020-04-23 05:01:00]
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Re: UP TOP (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Sunday, 10th May 2020 @ 05:52:15 AM AEST
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I learned ass hat from my daughter many moons ago but that/'/s not really a hat.

This is a great read and the non commenters can but a sock in it...I mean hat in it.

Thank you, Softy ❕


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