Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Tuesday: A Cleaning Poem

I lather my hands with lavender soap,
like today is any normal clean, smart day.
We don't worry about new odd germs, nope,
nothing to see, it's just our usual way. 

Haven't I always wiped off my door knobs, 
polishing the metal to make it gleam?
And don't get me started on my key fobs,
which are never as easy as they seem. 

Yes, I washed my shirt after going to the store,
but that's super normal, I always do.
It's all so routine, and even a bore.
Say it enough I can make it be true. 

I scour and sanitize just for the fun,
Not thinking about the battle to be won. 

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