A man and a woman are spades,

Two coins of a currency,

And so when they asked me to choose,

For I could only love one or the other,

I glimpsed over, and said,

No, thank you.

So I loved a man,

And he was fair and kind,

He was handsome as the sky

With a quirky turn of mind,

Then I loved a woman

When the man fell over,

She was supple as a mountain

And quick in her sides,

And the woman though,

She asked me if I missed the man

When I loved her,

I kissed her on her brow

And turned out the lights.

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