Menopausal Monitor

George was unhappy
With his wife’s erratic mood swings
And his work mates
Told him of the benefits of mood rings
So he went out a bought one
So he might monitor her mood
He had his reservations
And he thought the idea quite crude
But when she was in a good mood
The stone in the ring turned bright red
And when in a bad mood
It left a huge bruise on his fore head
He came to the conclusion
That he would throw away the mood ring
And try a new tack
Such as buying her a diamond ring

A husband who is finding his menopausal wife's erratic behaviour difficult to cope with succumbs to the suggestion that he should buy her a mood ring. I'd not heard of one either, but the poem reveals all.


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