Such is life
Mister, Mister, you think you’re so smart.
So you are a writer and, “Maybe" you’re good.
But you are not thinking just as you should.
You are a house husband, retired.
The housework and yardwork you need to do,
Without a complaint, I know you.
Dishes I will do and more for you.
Because I know the consequences,
An impromptu tongue lashing,
I will surely get I think.
As I stare sheepishly at the sink.
But always succinct,
I love being married.
©2015 Walt Hardester
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|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|... sounds like the best of both worlds, Walt! You're suck-sinked and succinct! :) xx|
|Reviewed by Valerie Jackson (Reader)
|This brought a smile to my face this morning.Maybe, just maybe, husbands do get it although it may talk a while|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
|A good tongue lashing is . . . er . . . I fergot . . .|
|Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
|Those impromptu tongue lashings seem to pay off!
|Reviewed by john zimmerman
|been reading my mail, you have
|Reviewed by CHANTI LACE