Men I'm Not Married To


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(4.5 stars; 2 reviews)

A saucy little poem commenting upon all men that Ms. Parker didn't marry, perhaps implying (it's a bit ambiguous) that upon marrying, the husband becomes far more special than all the other men in the world. It's sort of the same theme embodied in Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince, who was saddened to discover that his rose was like any other rose, except when he further realized that his rose depended upon him alone for her care, and was the only rose that belonged to him. ~ Summary by Michele Fry (0 hr 15 min)

Chapters

Men I'm Not Married To - Read by DL 1:47 Read by David Lawrence
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by GRS 1:40 Read by Graham Scott
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by LCW 1:31 Read by Larry Wilson
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by MTF 1:38 Read by Michele Fry
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by PC 1:57 Read by William Allan Jones
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by PS 1:31 Read by Phil Schempf
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by RAJ 1:45 Read by RajVO
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by VB 1:59 Read by tovarisch
Men I'm Not Married To - Read by WJ 1:43 Read by William Allan Jones

Reviews

Good poem


(4 stars)

some of the narrator are really good.