Treasure Island

Patricia Kelley

(March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Beware of the Vicious Woman


Beware of trusting a vicious woman.
If she's mean to others, she'll be mean to you.
She's not a noblewoman.
She's judgmental.
She'll try to trick you, playing with your heart.
Be on the alert.
Of the vicious woman,
She's mental.
She uses words as swords, tearing you a part.
As soon as you see her, you'll run to depart.
She tries to set your mind up in a state of confusion.
It's proven
She'll make up lies; believing her own lies.
She doesn't have many allies.
That run too her defense,
Because they all know, she's a vicious woman.
She could be your sister, or sister in-law,
If she's your sister, she'll try to steal your inheritance.
Because of her own arrogance,
She thinks; she's above the law.
She could be your neighbor, or someone that you thought you could trust; opening up your heart.
If she's your neighbor, she'll steal your cats and dog.
She has no more sense than a wild hog.
Beware of the vicious woman.

Submitted: Saturday, February 02, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 02, 2013
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This is about how mean some women can be

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  • Patricia Grantham (6/29/2013 6:53:00 AM)

    I like this one. So true and to the point.
    You really elaborated on this subject about
    the vicious woman. She could be your neighbor,
    friend or even your sister. Stay alert for the vicious
    woman. Good food for thought. (Report) Reply

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