Mark Heathcote

(22/03/66 / Manchester)

Domestic goddess


She takes her broom to wildly sweep
Keeping an occasional eye on the sky
With a personal look on her dust heap
She remains dauntless… shy and spry.

Locals might see her joyful regardless
Of how abruptly they scorn - project.
But she just sweeps again in fairness…
There's no excuses disclosed - inspect.

Submitted: Friday, August 01, 2014

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