Foolish Boy - Poem by Edwina Reizer
There was a boy that I once knew
said. ' I'll never take a wife.'
And as he grew he changed his tune
and also changed his life.
He married once. He married twice.
He married three times more.
He wound up paying all his wives
and of course he wound up poor.
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