Treasure Island

Michael Gale

(? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Why Immortalize Wives In Poems.


There is absolutely nothing wrong with a wife wanting to be imortalized in a poem or a painting...
Boats are named after women that be wives.
This fact enables them to endure a much happier day in their lives...
Hurricanes are named for women.
Because they are winded of mouth and also enjoy daily swimmin'...
Have ye not thought this out?
Hurricane=Herr-ricane...
Cane as raising a ruckus or cane.
Is this a life endured by husbands to be longly in ear aching pain...
Our wives are things of graceful curved lined visual art.
Their place is close to our heart...
Us remembering our wedding anniversaries is a new good trying start. This would prove to them that we are very real smart...

Submitted: Thursday, August 24, 2006
Edited: Friday, August 27, 2010
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