Poem about Toilet Etiquette

06/22/2012 at 6:29 AM Leave a comment

Toilet Etiquette


Gentlemen, Please, don’t you see?

When you miss, you piss on me.

Looking down from such a height,

You mayn’t understand my plight.


When aim is off, sprinkles fly.

Toilet rim, and floor near by,

Covered in that yellow stuff.

I tell you, I’ve had enough!


Never with bare feet will tread,

Even with my shoes I dread

Tracking it to other rooms.

On carpet, once clean, it looms.


If you fail to hit your mark,

And not want my temper spark,

Pick up a wipe, perhaps two,

You should clean up after you.

–                      – June Nash


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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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