Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Be Domestic - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

If you want me happy...
You must be domestic,
And not act like a fool.
If you want to be the one loved...
You must not,
Always be the one who rules.

If you want me happy...
You must be domestic,
And not act like a fool.
If you want to be the one loved...
You must not,
Always be the one who rules.

Ding dong,
The witch is dead.
That's the way I've come to want and wish for you.
Ding dong,
The witch is dead.
That's the way I've come to want and wish for you.
Ding dong,
The witch is dead.
That's the way I've come to want and wish for you.

If you want me happy...
You must be domestic,
And not act like a fool.
Ding dong,
The witch is dead.
That's the way I've come to want and wish for you.
Ding dong,
The witch is dead.
That's the way I've come to want and wish for you.

If you want to be the one loved...
You must not,
Always be the one who rules.
If you want to be the one loved...
You must not,
Always be the one who rules.

If you want me happy...
You must be domestic,
And not act like a fool.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 3, 2013



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