Don'T Take Her For Granted - Poem by Gordon Whittaker
WHAT IS LIFE WITHOUT A WIFE.
She will care for you throughout your life.
She cooks, washes and irons your clothes,
and does a thousand other chores.
So when you come home from work feeling blue,
just think of the menial tasks your wife had to do.
She hardly complains, takes it all in her stride,
she does her duty with a certain amount of pride.
A little gratitude from you would not go amiss,
neither would a tender loving kiss.
Take her out, wine and dine her in a romantic way,
whisper those sweet words she loves to hear you say.
When she was at the alter and said ' I do ',
did you think those two little words meant to become a slave
Put the magic back into her life
and forget your minor troubles and strife.
FOR WHAT IS WIFE WITHOUT A LIFE
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