Neil Milliner (Australia)
Going to a funeral should only be for the widowed wife
Who has been married to her husband all her dreary, bleary life,
A funeral means nothing for those else who tag along,
Pretending their mock-sadness and always saying something wrong!
We should leave them both in private when her final words are to be said:
"Hooray I am still living and you, ya bugger's, dead! "
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