I Would! Would You? - Poem by Trial Error
If I were you, if you were me
Would you carry for that long a pregnancy
Would you give a birth to a little Mimi
Would you cook would you do a laundry
Would you clean and move all the dirty
Would you be heartfelt would you worry
Would you take of all responsibility
Would you be that brave to repeat this all daily?
If you were me..
If you were me and if I were you
I would not act like you do
If I were you
I would not drink and act like a child
I would never stay that long late outside
I would never ever slap my husband and my kid
I would never shout at them for the wrongs they did
I would show them the love and correct them instead
If I were you that would all be what I do., and I would!
Repeat it every day and night
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