Poem Hunter
Though Words May Change Some Things Do Not
IOI (7/4/1934 / Hebburn.Co Durham U.K)

Though Words May Change Some Things Do Not

Poem By ivor or ivor.e hogg

Her husband was a bedswerver.
A braggart who did not deserve her.
But she herself a Bellibone.
Had she but known. Had she but Known

his character before they wed
then she would not have graced his bed.
He was smock sniffer through and through.
The vows he made were all untrue.

He treats her as a draggletail.
Her protests all to no avail.
Which leaves her with no other choice
but file the papers for divorce.

And this she does successfully
He has to pay alimony
She lives alone now happily
At his expense completely free.

She will not be again redmod
A beaten child still fears the rod.
No longer foolishly naïve
she believes all men deceive.

Glossary of obsolete words

Bedswerver unfaithful husband

Bellibone a sweet and innocent woman.

Draggletail a prostitute

Smock sniffer a philander.

Redmod Hastily.

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