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Workaholic had been his usual bag

Long suffering girlfriend had been her tag

Accountants reckoned him a millionaire

Travelling countless worldwide miles in the air

Now inspiration had deserted him

He was doubting when, where, how to begin

So far his typewriter had not been used

Glancing at it, he shrugged, slightly bemused

Then remembered finding Beth's gold earring

Knowing, without doubt, their love was no fling

His literary agent then rang his phone

Which elicited a negative tone

His airline ticket was cancelled forthwith

With hand on heart there was no more to give

He lifted an overflowing ashtray

Seeing Beth's lipstick stained stubs from the party

He emptied them into the rubbish bin

Then knew he would ask her to marry him


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