Lie Of Kind Poem by Ima Ryma

Lie Of Kind

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Wifey asks Hubby, 'How's the cat? '
Hubby replies, 'The cat is dead.'
Upset, Wifey tells Hubby that,
'A white lie here you should have said.'
'Now I won't enjoy my vacation.'
'This tragic news will burden me.'
'You could have said the cat had run'
'Up on the roof and there does be.'
'Telling a white lie though not true, '
'Sometimes is needed to be kind.'
'And kindness I expect from you.'
'Tell a white lie and I won't mind.'

Wifey then asks Hubby, 'How's Mom? '
'She's up on the roof, but stay calm.'

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