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    She tends to hang clothes to the left.
    He’s apt to hang to the right.
    So what, ‘tis just like warp and weft,
    No need to trigger a big fight.

    She folds toilet sheet to the back.
    He’s wont to fold to the front.
    So what, ‘tis just like white and black,
    Not worth a scrap; who takes the brunt.

    She sings her notes way up higher;
    He hits his notes somewhat lower.
    So what, ‘tis both sing in choir,
    She's a song bird; he's a gopher.

    She's a woman; he is a man.
    Fluffy or smooth, like bird feathers.
    So what, ‘tis their own give-take plan,
    To act different together.

  • #2
    A good update of the oldie: Jack Spratt could eat no fat/ His wife could eat no lean . . .

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    • #3
      I liked this and so true

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      • #4
        a breath of fresh air to understand complementary reconciliation and not competition

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        • #5
          One completes the other. Opposites are quite attractive. You sing soprano,I’ll sing bass and we’ll make great harmony together like love birds in the trees. 👍✍️

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