Gangsta Dub

This is the story of Loretta de Vare,
Who was often featured in Vanity Fair,
A socialite of grace and polish,
Who gave her peers a feeling of solace,
As she charity-worked and went to lunch,
Drinking gin and strawberry punch,
Until it came out that she was a crook,
And passing police had called her to book,
And they hauled her out to the street so wide,
Yelling this is Bonnie of Bonnie and Clyde,
When suddenly there was cry like Sylvester & Tweety,
And Loretta was rescued by Warren Beatie,
And the poet sighed and took his bow,
I’m bored with this poem, I’m ending it now.

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