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The Handyman

by David Pekrul
copyright 04-12-2005

Age Rating: 7 +

He fixes the cupboards, he fixes the sink,
He works all over the house.
He tells his dear wife he can fix anything,
That his talents are never in doubt.

Then after it's over he looks at his work,
And stops for a cup of 'joe',
He swallows his pride and finally gives in,
And breaks down and calls in a pro.

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        04-12-2005     Anthony Lane Stahlhut        

Yes I have been there! Or when you get done and there are extra parts and you have to hide them so that no one will know!I like this one, David. Good write, Anthony

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