This morning we were reading the book, Emily, about Emily Dickinson for literature. I decided to dust off one of our poetry books, that my grandmother gave me years ago, and search for some poems by Emily Dickinson.
It comes from the poem “Washing the Dishes” by Christopher Morley.
The man who never in his life
Has washed the dishes with his wife
Or polished up the silver plate
He still is largely celibate.
So, if any husbands read this, do with it what you like. Know this: you’re wife will be ever thankful and have less to worry about, if you give her a hand with dishes or laundry once in a while.
Linking up with Wifey Wednesday on to Love, Honor and Vacuum.
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