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A Woman's Lament

				      A Woman's Lament

				My bag is never big enough
				to hold the things I need,
				a diary, purse and chocolate bars
				and several sets of keys.
				
				And then there's tissues by the score
				escaping from the pack,
				some make-up, hand cream and a comb,
				no item will I lack.

				A pen and pencil, they're a must
				and then there is my 'phone,
				my glasses, sun and otherwise,
				'This bag's too small,' I moan.

				It really is quite suitable
				but I've got so much stuff,
				I think I should eject the junk
				but that would be too tough.

Copyright © Elisabeth Sheaffer | Year Posted 2017

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  1. Date: 2/15/2017 11:16:00 AM

    This was funny Elisabeth and I can only imagine true. :)

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