"Wedding Portrait," by Frans Hals‘Hiding My Glee’ and Other Poetry by E.V. Wyler The Society November 9, 2016 Humor, News of Note, Poetry 2 Comments Hiding My Glee (Rondeau) Hiding my glee, lest my spouse see the merriment mulling in me. I’ll deftly deflect our next fight by delaying my lone delight that the winner’s my nominee. Elections won’t topple “Team We”: To heal the hurt, I’ll hopefully ponder his political plight hiding my glee. Empathy is the proper key to peace when partners disagree. Mixed marriages of “left” and “right” require truces to reunite … Rather than roil his rage, I’ll be hiding my glee. “Defriended” Sociologists will say, “My golly! Many acquaintances have ended via the Facebook folly of being ‘defriended’”! E. V. “Beth” Wyler grew up in Elmont, NY. At 43, she obtained her associate’s degree from Bergen Community College. She and her husband, Richard, share their empty Fair Lawn, NJ nest with 3 cats and a beta fish. Her oldest daughter is a biomedical engineer and her other two children are SUNY undergraduate students. E. V. Wyler’s poetry has been published in: The Storyteller, Feelings of the Heart, WestWard Quarterly, The Pink Chameleon, Nuthouse Magazine, The Rotary Dial, and on the website Poetry Soup. In addition, 3 accepted poems are pending publication in Vox Poetica. Related Post ‘When I Speak of History’ by Leonard Dabydeen When I speak of history I speak well; I leave behind the past where broken bones Lay scattered on blistering sands to tell Of atrocities that are m... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 2 Responses Mahathi November 9, 2016 A very nice Rondeau. Reply E. V. "Beth" Wyler November 10, 2016 Thank you. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.