A Housewife's Moment of Sanity


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    A Housewife's Moment of Sanity

    A blissful moment


    Nevertheless uplifting


    Those empty baskets

    and not a single cloth hanging  on the washing


    How such in a way

    Much indulging than a Hagen Daaz’s tube  

    For a few hours that stay


    One hopes a freeze in time

    That won’t melt or gone

    As soon as the ironing needs to be done


    Where are the fairies whenever one needs them most?  

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    wheelsal commented on A Housewife's Moment of Sanity


    You are a true poet and I identify with this subject. A housewife's work is never done. And a fairy would be great.



    Thank you very much.I'm flattered lol and learning a lot from my disliking the ironing chore (:-.

    If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

    Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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