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Have you ever heard adults talking about their spouses and all the troubles they have to put up with because they love them In the poems The Trouble With Women Is Men and What Almost Every Woman Knows Sooner or Later Ogden Nash talks about the troubles women go through daily with men and how frustrating it can be In Nashs poem The Trouble With Women Is Men he goes through the daily routine of a woman and all she has to put up with from the man she loves At the very end he writes just kick him fairly hard in the stomach you will find it thoroughly enjoible Sometimes women feel the need to release their anger just as men do and Nash seems to understand that According to the University of Texas website it stated that when Nash married and had two daughters the family had a very close relationship with one another In a family of all women Nash understood what life with a house full of women was like His marriage and his children proved to be a strong influence on his work In the second poem What Almost Every Woman Knows Sooner or Later Nash talks about how eventually women will know or at least try to understand men and why they do the things they do sometimes Nash shows an understanding of how men at times can be forgetful uncaring inconsiderate and self-centered by his words Husbands are indeed an irritating form of life And yet through some quirk of Providence most of them are really deeply ensconced in the affection of their wife Even with all the troubles women have to put up with in the end all those troubles do not matter All that really matters is their love for their husbands Encartacom stated that Nashs comic verse ranges from lighthearted to bitter and at times is completely and hilariously nonsensical He used startling rhymes
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