Inching Into Madness, His Old Wife Still Sees Certain Things With Perfect Clarity - Poem by Frank Fagan
He's dull as dribble; when he speaks,
he reeks; his hair is falling out
in clumps. He's swag-bellied and sway-
backed. His rig hangs upside
down like a bat.
But he does
his chores, and ignores
my curses, and the other women
leave him alone.
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