I Eat You
I eat you, I eat you, I eat you so well
I f a r t you, I f a r t you, you surely do smell
I s h i t you, I s h i t you, and now as I spoil it
I flush you, I flush you, around-down the toilet.
I never did like you, that no longer matters
For all that remains are a few greasy splatters
I killed, cooked, and ate you; you lacked a rescuer
And now you are wending your way through the sewer.
Copyright © Jessica Amanda Salmonson | Year Posted 2018
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