Thirty Years Married (Tanka)

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Thirty years married

Five weeks working together

Under the same roof

We haven’t killed each other

It must be true love

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My wife is still working from home, likely until the beginning of next year. I am back in the office now as of May 4th. It is a small office with lots of room between each of us for social distancing. The poem is light hearted as my wife and I get along very well and always have. As a matter of fact, since I’ve gone back to work, I’ve received a couple of messages telling me how much she misses me. It was very nice to hear even though we knew the time working together would only be temporary.

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~~ Dom DiFrancesco ~~

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