Dorothy Spooner


You Can'T Take It With You - Poem by Dorothy Spooner

You plan for the end, fill out your will
Insurance is paid, it'll cover the bills
Everythings' planned for your last days
It's all worked out to go your way
No fighting over the house, the car or your jewels
Like a bunch of vultures acting like fools
It'll be easy without any hassle
Lifelong memories and a beautiful castle
But if I could, I would save them the trouble
Because actually, its nothing but rubble
I'll just take it all with me, so not to disperse
But theres no luggage rack on the darned hearse.....


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 18, 2006



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