To Those Who Seek A Partner - Poem by Valsa George
If you are hunting for a spouse
Know it is not an easy task
Getting an ‘ideal’ partner in life
Is not within easy reach, hence ‘sour grapes’!
Quite rarely we come across a pair
Where the man and wife are of the same vibes
How strange are the ways of Fate!
The most incompatible, welded into a pair!
One who has a temper ‘at the tip of his nose’
Comes into the life of one, a paragon of patience
Another lackadaisically lazy and indolent
Gets one diligent and industrious
Again one so simple, frugal and altruistic
Becomes partner to one quite greedy
Yet another, humorous, sociable and outgoing
Fated to live with one morbidly dull and withdrawn
One beautifully slim with an hourglass figure
Becomes spouse to one so grossly overweight
The adage and never dismiss it as a cliché
“If you fail to get what you like,
Learn to like what you get”
Unless the couple becomes experts
At the precarious balancing game
Family would surely turn into a war zone
And man and wife would go their separate ways
Whatever be the incompatibility
If you can say it is Okay, even if it is 95% not
And bleach out a blot, never seeing it as an erasable stain
And overlook an aberration out and out,
You have won and you are a champion in life!
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