A Plan

A PLAN

She said this and he said that

Then before they knew it –

She said that and he said this

                     …

Something had gone amiss

He couldn’t understand her

(If you get my gist)

                    …

Something had gone amiss

She couldn’t understand him

The relationship – was anything but bliss

                    …

So they fought and fought

And he caught – the next bus out of town

He didn’t leave as he ought

                    …

But then it was hard to be nice

And say the right things

When she had slapped him twice

                    …

In all of this – the agro wouldn’t go away

So – that was why – they had to say

Good-bye – they just couldn’t stay

                    …

Two months passed by and they met

They found the peace they couldn’t get

Both embraced – he a blonde/she a brunette

                    …

And it was in that embrace

As though they saw each other

for the first time

That they saw the possibility that

their lives could rhyme

                     …

So they met up again for a meal

Slowly as they talked and listened 

Communication – meant growing appeal

                     …

So the day came –

marriage vows were made

They embraced permanently

the appeal having stayed

                     …

The cement of marriage they discovered

Was keeping short accounts –

putting stitches back in place

Too many break-ups in marriages – it’s a disgrace

Let’s get our act together as the human race

                      …

And if you want any advice –

take it from each other

In equal portions if you can

The woman is right and so is the man

There you have it – a marriage plan

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