A Woman's Wrath
During the dark dreary cold winter weather
There're times of sunshine and warm rather,
So also the moods of a woman you can't trust
Soft as snowflakes at times or cold hard crust.
Hotter than fire or colder than ice,
Happy or sad - Oh, you'll pay the price,
Placid or provoked, she carries a punch
Making the best of us a sore-looking bunch.
Never step out into this raging storm,
Crawl under the covers and stay warm,
Let the wailing winds pass you by,
Stay put until you see a clear blue sky!
You may censure me, you can ostracize;
Oh, do review thy lady ere you patronize -
Thus I forewarn the brethren of my ilk,
Fall not for fair face and skin soft as silk!
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