I'm working on a poem called "On the Other Side of the Lawyers."
The first lines might be
- I'll see you on the other side of the lawyers,
We'll look at our wedding pictures and recall our delusions
The last lines will be something like:
- We'll clink our glasses and laugh when I see you:
On the other side of the lawyers.
Nothing left, hubski, but the screaming --
In an earlier draft that some of you saw, there were a few lines about wedding rings and delusions
- how we had engraved "endless love" into our wedding rings,
- how we had recycled his wedding ring from his first marriage
- how that ring had accidentally flown off his finger into the stadium when he was applauding a homerun during a baseball game.
Now thinking of calling this poem, "You Gave My Ring the Finger"