A G.I. WOLF – SOLDIER POETRY FROM YANK MAGAZINE

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A G.I. WOLF – SOLDIER POETRY FROM YANK MAGAZINE

By Pvt. Edwin L. Brock – Will Rogers Field, Okla.



g.i.wolfIf he parks his little flivver

Down beside a moonlight river

And you feel he’s all aquiver—

Then baby, he’s a wolf

If he says you’re gorgeous looking

And your dark eyes set him cooking

But your eyes ain’t where he’s looking—

Then baby, he’s a wolf.

If he says that you’re an eyeful

But his hands begin to trifle

And his heart pumps like a rifle—

Then baby, he’s a wolf.

If by chance when you are kissing

You can feel his heart a missin’

And you talk but he won’t listen

Then baby, he’s a wolf.

If his arms  are strong as sinew

And he stirs the gypsy in you

And you want him close agin’, you

Then baby, you’re the wolfg.i. wolf



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