It took two years in singles groups, but surely as catch-can,
Sue came to Deb's Hawaii night, and got herself a man.
He wasn't argumentative. He never answered back,
And wore his clothes in stoic ways, just like a strong coat rack.
He didn't mind inclement weather, Sue was glad to learn.
He'd stand in pouring rain for hours, or sun, which didn't burn
His well tanned skin. Those other women couldn't make him budge.
He soaked up several insults, and would never bear a grudge.
When people meet and partner up, it usually takes all sorts;
But other men were free of any green-eyed monster thoughts;
Accepting Sue's new fellow as an easy-going beau.
He'd stick to one location, showing no desire to go.
Two-timing wasn't in his thoughts. This chap was ever true
faithful, with his one-track mind and heart reserved for Sue.
You may well think, that finding such a perfect guy is hard,
Until you learn that he's a statue, placed in Deborah's yard.