The Tea Party

Allan Jacobs, late last night,

went for a little walk,

and so, today, took me aside —

he said we had to talk.

While strolling by our teacher’s house,

he thought he’d spy for fun.

But Allan said that what he saw

soon made him shake and run.

Through the kitchen window, Allan said,

he watched this scene.

He said Miss Bates had company —

an alien quite green!

He said Miss Bates was drinking tea

along with her green guest,

and they were eating chocolate cake

and talking without rest.

I’ve always thought Miss Bates was strange

and this sure would be proof,

if I could just forget that Allan

seldom tells the truth.

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