Happy Housewife (A Poem)
Now I'm dashing about
I'm so happy I could shout;
Our small home is all neat
And there's plenty to eat,
See the table's all ready,
Baby's abed with her Teddy.
A last flick at the dust
And then I really must
Fast change into clean dress,
Fix my hair, it's a mess.
Fresh make-up is on,
Where's the time? It has gone.
How my thoughts they do roam,
'Cause my man's coming home!
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