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Tax time, with a wife who's dependent,
deductions this year are resplendent.
The accountant's fee
does not benefit me
and with my wage I have not been prudent.

To his credit, he found an exemption,
which may afford personal redemption.
An allowance I'll make,
then the refund I'll take...
I must say, this bloke has some gumption.

The internal works of my taxes
took some backwards and forwards of faxes.
When the rebate falls due,
there's a break over-due.
We will go where my family relaxes.

Limerick Chain

By cherryk

© 2017 cherryk (All rights reserved)

This poem was written for the Ten Word Challenge,
10/10 Week*

This week's words:

Harvest - Equinox - Acorn - Foliage - Branches - Hues - Migration
- Growth - Frost - Gourd

* 10/10 Week - all ten words must be used in only ten
lines of verse.

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