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“FAMILIARITY BREEDS CONTENT!” a poem 1 June 2019 (Saturday)

I got me, I got me a favorit’-t-shirt, a-couple-holes ‘n-thread-worn,
But, if I ever lost it, I’m pretty sure I would probably whimper-&-mourn!

I got me, I got me the sweetest girl! for-sure, my friend for life,
But, O.M.G.-that-girl-can-b-t-h; she-keeps-sayin’: “Make-me-your-wife!”

I got me, I got me a-beat-up-old car; it’s a hundred-years-old, or-so,
But I just keep on a-driving it – 350,00-miles-already, don’t-you-know,
For, as long as it keeps on goin’, with repairs that aren’t too much,
I have no monthly payments – like-my-friends, who-pay-a-bunch,
Each month – for monthly payments, plus-their-cars-also-need-repair!
New cars, like old cars – can-sometimes-make-you-tear-your-hair,
OUT! So, it-might-be-good-to STAY-WITH-“IT,” whatever that IT may be!
IT-might-be-“old,” but-don’t-deserve-to-be-sold – just-like-my-ancient-TV!

I got me, I got me a fabulous wife! Remember my girl friend?
Well, SHE TRICKED ME! Got-herself-pregnant; so, we married “in the end!”
And-now: She’s a hundred times more b-t-h-y; she-yells-&-screams, ’til I CRY:
“Yes, my Love! Whatever-you-want; I’m-your sub-missive, but,
I’LL-NEVER-SAY: BYE!”
UNLIKE my-[frequently]-car-changing-friends, I’LL-STICK-VERY-CLOSE-TO-HER,
Because [The Moral]: Familiarity-for-me’s-comfortable!
Even-with-a blood-thirsty-cur! πŸ™‚ – Yay! I’M USED TO IT! Woof!

fin <3

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Published by J Jay Samuel Davis

A West Texas Cowboy, seeking "fishers of (wo)men!"

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