On A Well-Dressed Man Much Married by X J (Joseph Charles) Kennedy

Primper, whose crease is sharper than his wit,
Tried on nine wives, but found not one to fit.
Why should he wear loose women all his life?
Tell him to have the tailor make his wife.

From: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/browse/132/3#!/20593060

Date: 1978

By: X J (Joseph Charles) Kennedy (1929- )

3 Comments to “On A Well-Dressed Man Much Married by X J (Joseph Charles) Kennedy”

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