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Better wed than dead

The sun looked angry when the dawn was due;
Its red more fiery,deep scarlet in hue.
The birds were singing though my heart had flu
All in all, I don’t know what to do.

The clouds betrayed the sun by turning grey.
Well, in  winter who on earth makes hay?
The sun shone brighter as the earth it flayed
All in all I think I’ll go away.

The sun then disappeared to plot
How it can give us acne  like a shot.
And make our skin peel  like potatoes hot
All in all, I think I’ll tell the lot.

Now the sun has set, the sky is mauve
The trees stand darkly in their gentle grove.
Where lovers meet and discuss where to rove
As for me I shall soon be betrothed

The sun looked calmer as  the day faded
It is now more  deep sea green than red
The birds are singing  seems they’re  feeling glad.
As for me,well better wed than dead

Copyright © Katherine Thwaite | Year Posted 2017


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