Poor Mike

Poor Mike never got the recognition he deserved
Tougher than the IRS, persevering to a military pinacle called Chief
The discipline to cut his weight in half
This entrepreneur extraordinaire
Found even his sports cars and $70,000 watch
Were not enough to fill the void within that drove him
To make the front page in not such a happy way
That many married men if honest would acknowledge
That at least once they had a similar impulse
To want to murder their wife
But lacked Mike's stuff adequate to even begin to plan.

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