Elisabeth Anne Wingle


Marriage Bliss? ? - Poem by Elisabeth Anne Wingle

There once was a beautiful wife
She lived with a passion for life
But her passion was waning.
(He was always complaining)
The tension now cuts with a knife

Topic(s) of this poem: marriage, passion

Form: Limerick


Comments about Marriage Bliss? ? by Elisabeth Anne Wingle

  • Elisabeth Wingle (9/10/2016 11:43:00 PM)


    So you speak for all men now?
    Is that what I'm hearing?
    By the way your nose hair could use a good shearing
    You say that beauty is skin deep, indeed
    But a woman still wants her knight on a steed
    You put ice in your scotch?
    No thanks, I'll have mine neat
    Your sock drawers nearly empty? Put in a load
    If you recall, the machine is covered in mold
    I'll do what ever I choose!
    You can polish your own damn shoes
    Hearing It's that time of the monthor I've a headache make you sore?
    Satisfy your woman and she'll come back for more
    Women also work 9-5
    But, the question is not. What the hell gives?
    The question is, For whom does she live
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  • Bri Edwards (9/10/2016 5:08:00 PM)


    Lisa, i'm loving this poem from you, BUT here is from The Man's side:
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    What Men Want In A Wife ......[a man's view; inspired by Elisabeth Wingle's Marriage Bliss; humor? ; marriage disturbances; SHORT]

    Beauty, skin-deep, is not all that men need.
    [We won't reject a beauty. No, ma'am, indeed....,
    BUT] YOU must have a few other qualities 'so nice',
    e.g. Bring another Scotch, dear, this time with more ice!

    And: My sock drawer's nearly empty. Put in a load.
    The washing is overdue! Don't Make Me, you, Scold!

    And: When was the last time, Dear, you polished my shoes?
    Do you think you can decide to do whatever you damn choose? !

    And: I don't want to hear 'it's my time of the month' or 'a headache' anymore.
    AND when was the last time you vacuumed and polished the WHOLE kitchen floor?

    Men to Women: It may seem the list is endless......., and so what if it is?
    We men work hard,9-5. How 'bout YOU, girls? Tell us: 'what the Hell gives? '

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    bri :)
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  • Wes Vogler (1/15/2016 8:55:00 AM)


    Elisabeth Anne Wingle has become a natural limerick writer. corr waining/waning
    L5 maybe The tension now cuts with a knife (rhythm)
    good one!
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 9, 2016

Poem Edited: Friday, January 15, 2016


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