I’ve slogged all my life, maybe like you?
Always for others, sometimes me too.
I have no regrets, for t’was mostly fun.
For in those long ago days I had me mum.
She tended my wounds, healed my hurt.
Now she’s gone, she left me forever alert
To the dangers of slogging all on my own.
I now have a wife and a beautiful home.,
Three lovely children, yep one of each.
I’ll slog now for them and my wife I call Peach.
Now near the end, my slogging days few.
Inspired by Lifelessons and a hard slogging mule.