Object of toil. The burden each man carries when he is taking care of his business.
I keep my head to the grindstone during the day to pay for my lady's shoes
and the kids' piano lessons
But at night I leave that grindstone alone, let the kids practice their lessons in their rooms and let my lady, booty to the bed, lift her heels to show me the fruits of my labor.
I lay whipped,
gone off with you.
they are never to return lest
I take to the grindstone
make a place for you in my future.
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