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A drunken Husband was taken to the morgue by his wife. She came back later but the Husband told her to go away unless she had drink for him.
It’s hard to give up bad habits.
The Old Woman and The Death-Watch
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An old woman sits afraid of every tick of a clock or sound thinking it brings her closer to death.
The Miller, His Son, and Their Ass
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A Miller and his Son had an Ass. They tried to change how they moved as they met people along the road. They lost the Ass while trying to please everyone.
You can’t please everyone.
The Perplexed Widow
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A new Widow is lamenting the loss when a suitor approaches. There is much hand wringing about what to do but temptation wins out.
Weak judgment falls before temptation,
The Band, The Bob-Wig, and The Feather
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In this poem, a Band, Bob-Wig, and Feather plead with a Woman for her attention. Spoiler alert: The feather wins.
The last to argue often wins.
The Farmer’s Wife and The Raven
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A Farmer’s Wife was taking a load of eggs to market. A Raven was seen and the horse stumbled crushing the eggs. She blamed the Raven but he said: No.
Plan ahead for all contingencies.