“WINNERS & KEEPERS.” a poem ThOr’s Day, November 21, 2019
For those PLANNING TO BE MARRIED in the next couple o’ years:
Here’s some “sage advice” to help to insure a minimum of tears:
Make sure she’s someone you like very much to watch “twerk,”
AND get a pair of her panties
AND, if they feel and smell right on top of your head,
SHE’S A “WINNER;” the wondrous, bloody light is red. (opt.: that’s the one to wed.)
MARRY HER AS SOON AS YOU CAN;
NOW, also, IF SHE ALSO likes to wear her panties upon her pretty face,
LUCKY YOU. That’s “A KEEPER,” even better than “a winner;”
IMMEDIATELY (if you can, since she might be living overseas or something),
GO TO HER PLACE;
Swear undying allegiance to her ’til the day you die.
YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP;
This here’s NO LIE.
So, IF you got you “a winner” congrats to YOU;
“A keeper?” O. M. G. It’s like A DREAM COME TRUE,
‘Cause, believe me, the odds of finding one of those is a zillion to one.
HOLD ON TO HER; “break the bank for her;”
GO FOR IT,
My Wayward Son.