How To Be Besties With Angie Rebecchi

The latest poetic review of Erinsborough’s Ramsay Street

She’s gruff on the outside
But she has a big heart.
She’s tough and she’s feisty
And she’ll tear you apart.

Just keep in her good books
And you’ll be okay.
But don’t try to cross her,
There’s a huge price to pay.

Cos Angie means business,
Her boys are her world.
If anyone hurts them,
Her anger’s unfurled.

Our Angie thinks she is top dog
And the queen.
Wherever there’s conflict
She’s first on the scene.

Don’t diss her, or claim that
Your baking is better.
Heap praise on her lamingtons,
Do not upset her!

Just nod, smile, agree,
Or invite her to brekky.
That’s how to be besties
With Angie Rebecchi!

© Carol Ann Wood
Thursday 7 December 2017

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