Bling Up - Poem by Ima Ryma
Bling and marriage go hand in hand,
And ear and ear and wrist and wrist,
Around the neck in pricey strand,
An anatomical long list
Of baubles to save hubby from
The do's and don't's of naughtiness,
Ever a threat in hubby dumb.
Nothing better can clean a mess.
The more expensive be the bling,
The bigger trouble hubby's got.
Constant credit line is the thing
For instant use when hubby's caught.
Hubby bringing bling to the spouse
Can buy reprieve from the doghouse.
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