Suzanna Chevalier

(4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)

A VOICEMAIL TO REMEMBER


I get a voicemail on the phone log
It says “You had sex with your dog.”
Yes Skunky starts accusing me
of something so silly.
Recording goes on about
“Unfreezing Prince Emeray”
No name of his in the credits
Was his claim.
Well, let me put this to shame.
The one galley that you didn’t steal
Has your name in it that is very REAL.
Now may be it will be worth something
One day…maybe when your old and grey.
But that’s right you don’t age
For you cleanse your aura like a sage
In the shower all the time
Maybe you will one day you will realize
how you never examine yourself deep inside-
Anyway I am done with this rhyme.

Submitted: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Written by Suzanna Chevalier on Feb 6,2011

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