A jokey poem from the Bride to her Groom.
Should I make apologies for this one? Not sure.
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You’ve made me a very happy lady
I love you so, my Husband dear
But I need to air some concerns
I need to get some things clear
When you’ve eaten and your tummy’s full
Your done with your glass or plate
Please don’t walk away and leave it
Don’t let this be your first mistake.
Please take them to the kitchen,
to the nice dish washing machine.
Don’t leave them on the sideboard,
put them in, then they’ll get clean!
And when you finished on the loo
Toilet Paper, same does apply
Don’t leave an empty cardboard roll
Replace it, from the supply!
To ensure no permanent effects
There’s therapy if required
Regarding the T.V. remote
Ability to share is most desired.
You need to tell the difference
between the laundry basket and the floor
I have plenty of patience for this one
We’ll role play, till you scream NO MORE!
And when I’m in the drivers seat
Please don’t tut and roll your eyes
DO NOT comment on my parking
Don’t be like the other guys
When you used the last of something
Action this without delay
Don’t put it back in the cupboard or fridge
Throw the bloody thing away.
The list is not exhaustive,
Please take heed and don’t look glum.
I’ve taken a Husband, not a master.
I am your Wife! I’m not your Mum!