The Laundry Poem

The Laundry Poem

A Poem by Bluestocking

Hi everyone--I'm new! Here is a little ditty that came into my head while I was wandering around the house picking up socks. Maybe you can help me think of a better title. Thanks to all who read!

Laundry, laundry, must be done
In the rain and in the sun.
Every day our hamper fills
Fed by stains and splats and spills
On our shirts and skirts and blouses
On our socks and shorts and trousers.
Round and round the cycle goes
WIth our towels, sheets, and clothes: 
Wash them, dry them, fold them, then--
In the drawer to start again.
I know that human minds must err 
All the same, there's one thing sure:
Love may fade and bonds may sever;
Only laundry is forever.

© 2010 Bluestocking

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That made me grin. I can never do rhyming tho.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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