An ergonomic chairand time to read next year’sbudget, she bitches aboutcutbacks whileShe Works Hard for the Moneyis piped in from someeasy-listening loopof unknown origin.I imagine the bathrooms hereare clean, too.
© 2009 Marcy Stoeckel
Gosh. I don't know where to start. Seriously, this is so awesome, on so many levels...I'll have to think about this one over the weekend...have a good one...best, Darren
And somehow, this one is quite mysterious to me.Perhaps I should go clean the bathroom...
Thank you again, Darren. Just a little sad but true story.Patrice - The best I can is that it's about irony and perspective. (But feel free to come over and clean my bathroom. ;-))
I love that you can write a poem like this and get away with it. It's biting, and I like that! Darren loves bathroom poems. He loves to write them. He loves to read them. http://mapsfromagoodkingdom.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/spreading-the-word/:)
LOL. the banter is making my day..your hearts are good...
I'm now thinking of starting a poetry wall in my bathroom ...
I love the lightness of this poem and also the authenticity. Bravo!
medicatedlady: Thank you kindly, Ma'am.
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