Rhymes for My RagsSaid she: 'Although my husband JimIs with his home content,
I never should have married him,We are so different.
Oh yes, I know he loves me well,Our children he adores;
But he's so dull, and I rebelAgainst a life that bores.'Of course there is another man,Quite pennyless is he;
And yet with hope and joy we planA home beyond the sea.
Though I forfeit the name of wifeAnd neighbours ostracise,
Such happiness will crown our lifeTheir censure we'll despise.'But then what will my children think,Whose love is pure and true?'
Said I: 'Your memory will stinkIf they should speak of you.
Your doting Jim will curse your name,And if you make a mess
Of life, oh do not in your shameDare hope for happiness.'Well, still with Jim she lives serene,And has of kiddies three.
'Oh what a fool I might have beenTo leave my home,' says she.
'Of course Jim is a priceless bore,But he's so sweet to me . . .
Come darling won't you let me pourAnother cup of tea?'
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