Maggie rummaged through the ball gown rails in her local charity shops and found this little number – a bit of upcycling and she was off …

shell picture

A Panto was coming to town

Maggie donned her best gown

She was going for an audition

For the Cinderella position

And didn’t want to let herself down.


The producers were very impressed

And thought that she was the best

Her smile so disarming

She won over Prince Charming

And outshone all of the rest.


Maggie’s career had come very far

From her lap dancing days in the bar

How she loved being on stage

But missed the large wage

She could get from the cash in her bra!


poem by Judy E. Martin

shell picture by Sandra Dorey


Here we are again with another Silly Saturday.

Judy is writing a series of Christmas Limericks at the moment – just right to read out as an antidote to all those cracker jokes.

Have a wonderful time, whatever you get up to.

21 responses to “Cinders?

  1. Wonderful, as Silly Saturday always is!

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  2. 😂😂😍

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  3. Murtagh's Meadow

    Love to continuing story of Maggie. Have a lovely Christmas 🙂

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  4. Lisa at Greenbow

    Just fabulous.

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  5. Oh I am loving the combination of poem and picture.

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  6. Maggie looks very glamorous in her gown.
    Merry Christmas, Daffy! 🙂 xxx

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  7. That made me smile! You two make a good team!

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  8. Perfect!!! merry Christmas!!

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