Boring
by Malpoet


Portia knows that life is a pain.

Just having been out shopping again.

It is a nasty continuous round, of

Doing boring things in the kitchen.

Peter comes home from his tedious job.

He cannot help thinking that Portia's a slob.

She's scruffy and tired and, all of the time,

Doing boring things in the kitchen.

Portia peels spuds during GMTV,

While the window cleaner sees what he can see.

He taps on the window distracting her from,

Doing boring things in the kitchen.

Patrick comes in and he tickles her fancy.

She loves his cuddles and feels all romancy.

Now Portia and Patrick, engrossed in each other, are

Doing boring things in the kitchen.
About Malpoet:
Malpoet is sixty years old and has been writing poetry for many years. He
has a portfolio of work covering many different subjects and styles. Although
he likes light and amusing pieces he also writes more poignant poetry. He is
the organiser and compere of the Wirral Words poetry and literary group on
The Wirral in the north west of England. His chap book 'Malpoetry' is
available to buy from Amazon or direct from the publisher erbacce press. For
more information just Google Malpoet and follow the links.
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