Glen Martin Fitch

Rent To Own - Poem by Glen Martin Fitch

You're moving in
where I moved out,
Oh please enjoy.
Still warm, though worn,
you'll be surprised.
I slept there entertained and exercised.
I leave with many
private memories.
The owner was attentive at the start.
I made it mine
with Incense, linen, down.
Too soon things changed.
I faced a glare or frown.
When told I had to leave
it pierced my heart.  
Here's my advice:
though given space and peace,
If issues rise-
in late, too loud,
not clean enough
(such criticism just seems mean)
This lord of land
will break your lease
And you'll be exiled
from beneath that spread.
Don't lose the sheet!
Guard YOUR side of that bed.  

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 17, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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