Posted by: Jonathan Caswell | December 31, 2011



In the afore-mentioned company,

Quite nameless but flooded yearly….

The men’s room is dry

Someone heard the cry,

And fixed waters running so free.

Our thanks to those maintenance guys

Who may have been surprised

No-one had complained

About toilets drained

For a year but just rolled their eyes.

Now I know that a word indirect,

While still not the best has effect…

The themed refrain,


Has more influence than we’d expect.

The end of our story, the chance

To no longer sit in wet pants…

The grout’s even dry

And now we know why,

If only sooner we’d given them the chance!

—J. Caswell



  1. AUTHOR’S NOTE:IN reference to the situation described in THIRD WORLD BATHROOMS…but fixed.

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