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She is seen with Mr. Browning, who struggles to finish his poem ("Roses are red/Violets are blue/Sugar is sweet/and I love-") She tries to point out it's her ("you") he loves, while the Sons of Poetry give him various other rhymes for "blue." They finally give him "stew" as a rhyme, which he accepts, loving stew. Ms. Barrett is upset and joins the motorcycle gang, given a jacket reading "Daughters of Poetry."
She is a spoof of Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning, wife to Robert Browning.