A Chipmunk Chortles His Applause - Poem by Donal Mahoney
She's not young, his wife.
They've been together 40 years
but when she gardens in her shorts
and he's lying in his hammock she's
a lovely sight to see so when she
hears a noise, she turns and asks
what was that and he says
just an old chipmunk chortling
his applause for all these years.
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