Spring Cleaning

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

Closet doors open,
Sweeper to adjust,
Housecleaning today,
Yes, spring cleaning is a must.

Windows to wash,
Cabinets to clean,
Dust mallet to swish,
Even on outdoor screen.

As soon as my laziness passes,
My deeds I will again tackle,
First to buy new glasses,
To attaack dust again and cackle.

I haven't a magic wand,
To swish all about,
For of it I would truly be proud,
To clean more easily without a doubt.

If I were a Jennie in a bottle,
From my lamp could clearly be seen,
For daily I would wiggle my nose,
And the glass of it would then be clean.

Linda Terrell
Feb. 25, 2010 3:34 P. M.

Gosh! If only it were that easy to clean!!!!
Hope you like the humor of the cleaning tasks I've put to a somewhat rhyming verses.

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