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Caddy Coroners
by Marvin Eli Kirsh
Sunday, February 06, 2005
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Irwins' intimate knolledge of mankind...

... meaning me
had to bury 'm
Although though
I liked 'im the way he was
Living on a slope
Where we burried 'im on a slope

He couln't cope

So when he was burried
we burried 'im on a slope
where he could cope
A perfect statue of a man
When he was on a slope

We all had hope
I hope
Regardless of what was said
of hope
I hope we all had the hope we said
we had
so he would cope
on the slope
where I thought there was hope
Less we all condemned 'im
with our own resolved..
meaning well meaning.
To have lived and died on slope

I had a party
an invited 'em all over
'an asked 'im all
on all their own resolve and virtue

and all replied
They hadn't flatly toought
The last man on the corner had notfell upon their morses
That If Irwin
lift his feet
from upon the unlevel grounded bevel
where he stood
and solely directed
heartfully affected
the life's keep
of all our courses...
.... balanced practiced skillfully
and of what we judged a world ability
to be with honors
also buried on the slope
all ubiquitiously knew
as well as he
his corpse bear well as much weight too
of balance and honor
on the slope.
And swore
upon a bible also
"one mans voice never bore as much weight in this world
as Irwin's"
"God flatly Bless his
where'd rest 'is I'ze
a still see
his after lifes' continued role
As a statue on the knoll

Marvin Eli Kirsh

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Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 2/7/2005
Okay and I know some people who love golf that will like this one.
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