Call it a good marriage -For no one ever questioned. Her warmth, his masculinity, Their interlocking views; Except one stray graphologist. Who frowned in speculation. At her h's and her s's, His p's and w's. Though few would still subscribe. To the monogamic axiom. That strife below the hip-bones. Need not estrange the heart, Call it a good marriage: More drew those two together, Despite a lack of children, Than pulled them apart. Call it a good marriage: They never fought in public, They acted circumspectly. And faced the world with pride; Thus the hazards of their love-bed. Were none of our damned business -Till as jurymen we sat on. Two deaths by suicide.
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Profession:
Novelist
Nationality:
Irish
Born:
July 26, 1895
Died:
December 7, 1985