by | Jun 21, 2012 | Poetry | 0 comments

A woman, when she’s courted,
Is all sweetness and light;
Then marry her and she becomes
A nagger overnight.
And that is the experience
Of every married man;
It seems that we are subject
To a universal plan.
They say that it’s a man’s world,
But I am fascinated
That we live with this misnomer
When we’re, clearly, dominated.
There’s only one way round this
As some of my friends say;
Just live your life without a wife
To stay merry and gay.


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