Hilary Walker is a mature newcomer to performance poetry, in fact she firmly believes it to be a symptom of the menopause that will, hopefully, go away if she keeps applying the cream. Under her cool exterior she reveals a sad, man-hating original style. Her sideways slant on life relationships delivers a cynical wit but best of all folks, she comes really cheap. She was recently the toast of New York appearing at the Cornelia Street Poetry Cafe in Greenwich Village. Listening to the rapturous applause she thought she was going great until someone asked her which state in Australia she was from !!! Currently available to appear anywhere in the world, including Bolton and Wagga Wagga, don't be shy - get in touch.
JUDGEMENT DAY A' two' Man, a fuckin 'two' I mean, who the hell are you to mark anyone a miserable 'two' I know you're quite entitled to your particular point of view But come on Man !, I performed , I delivered, didn't miss a cue Okay you didn't like the poem But don't you think a 'five' would do The audience laughed a couple of times and I swear that you did too But I was left dejected and unaware of what to do to develop, to gain your approval as you obviously know a thing or two What I learned is I'm not cut out for slammin, I take it far too personal, it's true I'm a gentle, sensitive soul, you fuckin bastard Yeah, me and slams are sure thru NO SUPPORT FOR THE SMALL BREASTED WOMAN Men like Big uns Great hanging bazookers womanly bosoms considered 'the cutest' with nipples to die for and cleavage to climb in overgrown schoolboys guilty as sin But, what happens when the seasons turn into years and big bustered females must face their worst fears their once proud, loud mamaries begin to migrate to warm southern hemispheres that alter their shape. Now enter triumphant the small breasted tit when younger, passed over men barely noticed it but now, when mature still pert, shape never in doubt support small breasted women cause we'll never face south
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