by | Aug 25, 2008 | Poetry | 0 comments

How long is any man’s life?
As long as that of his wife,
As long as the day is bright;
As long as the dark of night,
As long as each passing mile
That he walks along Life’s aisle;
Long enough to be hatched,
Long enough to be matched
And, yes, to be despatched.


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