Saturday, April 2, 2011



 (a punctuated divorce)

 A short sentence. Over before it even began.
Punctuated by long periods spent apart.
Abbr. courtship and marriage. A-post-rophe(y) wife.
With no children, at least there will be no tug-of-war
between grammar(s)
However, I don't feel sorry for her. I've heard there
is quite a lot of alimon(e)y. Although she will not
answer any questions directly, "I will still be in the
six figure tax (bracket)" she (the) ex-claims!
Don't "quote" me on this, but there are some rumours
that they've been seen dash-ing around together.
Hmmm...I wonder if it's true? We'll have to see.
But for now, it would appear that their relationship
is over. Comma, to a complete and full stop. Period(?)

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