Precipice Divorce Conundrum

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Silly,silly,silly. And not autobiographical, by the way!

Submitted: March 06, 2008

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Precipice Divorce Conundrum

 

 

When you pushed me off the precipice

I wondered why you’d want me dead

The shoes

The booze

The bad reviews

Of how you were in bed

 

The hours on the phone to my girlfriends

My mother staying for weeks

My weight

Big plate

I didn’t fellate

The frequent methane leaks

 

The pots unwashed till next Tuesday

The bills unpaid and unchecked

The smoke

The coke

How people spoke

Of my behaviour when wrecked

 

The endless hours of shopping channels

And criticising your sounds

Friends banned

Wedding planned

I wouldn’t stand

For that nasty ring you found

 

When you pushed me off the precipice

I wondered why you’d want me dead

No clue

My review

Is it’s all about you

And the rocks that you have in your head.

 


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