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Bardic Arts

Women With Sitcks
by
Catherine de Gray
May 25, 2003 (A.S. XXXVIII)

Ladies, my ladies, your armour is bright
Your butt wrap is painful, your form is a sight
Thereís nothing finer than fighting with chicks
So letís sing the praises of women with sticks.

Some women have swords and some women have maces
Some women have axes and smiles on their faces
They smile so sweetly as theyíre causing you pain
So letís sing their praises and join the refrain

Ladies, my ladies, your armour is bright
Your butt wrap is painful, your form is a sight
Thereís nothing finer than fighting with chicks
So letís sing the praises of women with sticks.

Some ladies like sewing and some like to cook
Some ladies like poetry or reading from books
But I like the ladies that know how to fight
Those women sure are fun on a Saturday night.

Ladies, my ladies, your armour is bright
Your butt wrap is painful, your form is a sight
Thereís nothing finer than fighting with chicks
So letís sing the praises of women with sticks.

So remember this poem when out on the field
And you see the smile above your opponentís shield
And you think hereís an easy target youíve foundÖ
That ladyís going to whack your butt into the ground.

Ladies, my ladies, your armour is bright
Your butt wrap is painful, your form is a sight
Thereís nothing finer than fighting with chicks
So letís sing the praises of women with sticks.


" A silly poem written for the mock court of the Kingdom of the South." -- Catherine de Gray


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