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You have been around WDC a long time, as have I. Recently, I've been going through some of my older poems and stories and cleaning them up a bit. When I saw this poem of yours, untouched in a decade, I thought I'd at least mention a few things that could be done to clean it up. I imagine your skills are much better now, so I'll focus more on issues than solutions.
You have a few instances of inverted phrases which often mean we are squeezing a sentence into a different form to try to fit meter or rhyme. A good example is And now I do this tell:, which is quite awkward and unnatural. My guess is, if you think about that line and the rhyming line, you can probably come up with a better way to phrase them to both rhyme and sound smooth.
Another issue I see is one I still struggle with, but used to use much more. That is words like "Just" and "So" which are only there to fill out the line. Instead of seeing these as problems, see these as opportunities to expand the vocabulary and make it richer, or add more emphasis. You could replace Just stop pressing that bell. with Please stop pressing my bell!, which expresses the same sentiment but sounds more like what a woman would say at this point. Or you could use Please leave my bell alone!, and use that to come up with a smoother or richer way of saying the earlier line. If you work on the two together, you'll do better, I am sure.
The one last comment I would make is that some of your rhymes are very simple one syllable words, life/wife, tell/bell. That is okay sometimes, but it makes the poem seem too forced. Try to find ways to say the same things with more expressive and unique rhymes.
I hope you take all this in the spirit intended, which is to say, I know you can improve this, and it is a decent enough poem to be worth the effort.