Love Poems About Housekeeping or Housekeeping Love Poems
by Ahellas Alixopulos |
Categories: introspectionme,

Solstice Sonnet

Another summer solstice comes around.
Another moment to assess the year.
Another moment for me to check the ground
and borders of my life to see them clear
of the intruders that bore and dig there,
looking to set up housekeeping in my 
soul and psyche, making it their dark lair.
Once ensconced, they will crouch ready to try
to devour me as the days grow shorter.
Bitterness at a love that has gone bad.
Loss of children I once had such hope for. 
Grief at the loss of talents I once had.
Clear the land of these harmful sentiments,
get ready to seek, find new continents!

by Shirley Gribble |
Categories: humorous,

Torrid Love Story

I'm writing a torrid love story,
Full of scandle and intrigue and sex,
About film stars and beautiful people,
And who goes to bed with who next.

Their clothes are by famous designers,
They wear diamonds and mink and real pearls.
Their hair is just perfectly coiffured - 
And that's just the chaps, not the girls!

The hero's in love with his uncle,
And his wife's had an implant or two,
Grandfather has married the housemaid,
He's eighty and she's twenty-two.

When it's published I'll make lot's of money,
But just for a while, till I do,
I'm a little bit short on housekeeping - 
Can you lend me a fiver or two?