Shredded

We'd made love as usual

A heavy night in the sack

After breakfast I told her

I was never coming back

 

Inexplicable the only word

Why so drastic a measure?

What impulse drove me to

Quit a house of pleasure?

 

A bitter taste in my mind?

Neurosis bending my head?

Maybe the new marmalade

Made my psyche see red

 

She'd always been restless

The place in a state of flux

Changing rugs and mirrors

Lights and bathroom ducks

 

I preferred the status quo

Reassurance, regularity

She was chatelaine, did it

Hurt my sense of parity?

 

Yet she owned the house

It was her due to be boss

Me, I was just the lodger

A rolling stone with moss

 

Yet I'survived it for so long

Things were terrific in bed

I'll never know why I walked

Over that jar of Silver Shred

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