I work 50-60 hours a week.
No–wait. Sorry. I don’t. Next question.
I think everyone should work as hard as I
Oh, 40-45. On average. Whatever.
Work. We have to pull together like a family
Have I ever told you about my father’s father?
Where everyone pulls their share. It’s only right.
He sold family land and drank the profits down.
The world is such a mess. So much to do.
Compared to that, I’m like the Queen of All
Community doesn’t just happen out of the blue.
That’s right and good. I believe in good enough.
You have to make it, have to have been the one
Yea, verily, I sure do reap all kinds of stuff
To have built it before you can say you’re living in
Wherein I did not sow. I’m really horrible,
Community. I mean at home, at work,
I know. I’m doing the best I can. Or–no–
And locally. Where you shop and what
It’s like my Dad says, “I do good work when I do it.”
You eat and whether you go door to door
I’d almost always rather just stay at home.
For the community-based candidate
But there are some groups and people I support.
Of your choice. Oh sure, I have a lot of fun.
When I can get up off my fat white ass
I just joined a handbell choir, for one.
It’s like a Christmas miracle has come to pass.
Thanks! My goal is to do one of these where EVERY LINE works in the individual sonnet and the back and forth–but in the meantime, I’m happy with a few of them working–
I am hugely impressed
Thanks! I hoped you’d like it–it’s in the same vein as the Moan Tax one.
I absolutely love this.
Totally cool! Definite two thumbs up on these…
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