1944 Meg poem


The A.T.S. with one accord…

Titles (Jan 1944)

The A.T.S. with one accord
Say ‘Ma’am’ when they address her
But though this is an ugly sound
It does not much distress her.

The men, uncertain, call her ‘Sir’,
‘Madam’ or ‘Doctor’. These
Alike she accepts with easy grace,
For she’s not hard to please.

E’en when a sapper, semi-sober,
Greeted her as ‘Kid’
She chuckled and forgave him, but
She turned a trifle red.

Margaret Taylor  Jan. 1944

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