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A lover not a wife
by Susan Rae Nott

As a lover you were never ever strong
Donít you see love with you is wrong
You never made my heart dance or sing
I just donít feel we have that loving zing

I need a strong man, not a tiny mouse
To be the lord and master of the house
Someone whoíll treat me with respect
Not a man who shows nothing but neglect

You had your chance to prove your love
Now youíre going to get the big shove
It wonít do any good to scream and shout
Cos Iím gonna put this body of mine about

Thereís a perfect partner somewhere out there
A man for me someone who I know will care
No more aggravation, an end to being just a wife
Not gonna get remarried it will be a happy life
        

Poem ID: 39847   Poem Posted: 7/21/2000
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