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no he didn't



my Husband is a cheapsake
he keeps me as his keepsake
he waters down the beer
and holds me near
to keep from turning up the gas.
he smokes used bones for flavor
vaccum seals them to save em
and boils them with beans and rye
the rye is a filler
he store rye in the freezer
he does thuis so we can get by.

he wondered was wool
eitalbe
he saw it sweet and delicatable
he boiled some up
and grounded into
a pie.
he asked me to tasted it.
she acted crazy
stumbled and wasted it.
he said what that all about
I aint eatin no wool
and no I aint full
I aint puttin
that stuff in my mouth.
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Submitted by allanterry542curtis on September 09, 2021

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