Lazy Sunday

Housework don’t shirk
No fun get it done
Don’t fuss just dust
Change sheets press pleats
Boost power clean Shower

What’s for lunch no hunch
Bowl of soup give a whoop
Vac floor oil door
Iron shirts mend skirt
Clean sink wouldn’t think

Of going out as gutters spout
Wind and rain what a pain
Take a look rather read a book
What can you say
Let’s leave it to another day

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One Response to Lazy Sunday

  1. Andi Pearson says:

    Oh yes, housework can always wait for another day, especially if there’s a good book on the go.

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