“My Life in Six Words”

Rich husband. Cool pool boy. Stripped.”

My rich husband
found me
with the
cool pool boy.
I had
stripped.

Now I have:
No rich husband.
No pool.
No cool pool boy.
I’ve been
Stripped.

(Written for dVerse Poets, Open Link Night Week 128. January 14, 2014.)

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13 Responses to “My Life in Six Words”

  1. billgncs says:

    VB — good poem, hope it’s not true!

  2. Yes, her towel has been hung out to dry. Permanently. Concise and to the point. One’s life in six words.

  3. Sized that up very well.

  4. brian miller says:

    thats why you get a prenup! ha.
    yeah we pay for our decisions
    or maybe we should.

  5. Hahaa 😀 Good stuff…nicely done!

  6. Mary says:

    Ha! Sometimes a person doesn’t get a second chance. I enjoyed this light-hearted write!!

  7. I would say … oops… very funny…

  8. Shoulda did it with the pizza delivery guy.

  9. poetrypea says:

    Very funny!

  10. Was he worth it? Probably not. Oh well. Cute poem!

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