The Final Solution (1)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A woman find out her husband is cheating, and decides to put an end to it.

Submitted: November 29, 2007

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So you thought I wouldn't notice? Ha, the truth was everywhere.

The way you whistled and you talked, although you thought I wasn't there.

The way you laughed, the way you smiled, the way you sprung into each step.

The way you sang with every song in your shiny, washed Corvette.

Oh yes, I've seen you on the phone, "Oh, I'ts no one." You reply.

But I've seen the way you whisper, the way you bat and lash your eye.

Wow, you've bought a necklace. Is it for me? Of course its not.

But no matter what you give her, there's always something she 'aint got.

That is, she didn't get it untill she came to our house that night.

You know, they time I said I was going with the girls to get a bite.

She got it right between the eyes, my bullet gem in her forhead.

I wish I could have met her once... Oh well, too bad, she's dead.

Now you whimper and you bitch, "Oh my god! How could you Sue?"

Suck it up you fuckin' girl. Don't wanna' hear your "Boo hoo hoo."

Can't you see, your secret's out. Ha, I've known it all along.

Now you and your girlfriend's in a dumpster. Right where you belong.

 

 


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