Marie Causey

Rookie (5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

Cold Sore - Poem by Marie Causey

Just one Kiss was all it took for the cold sore to emerge
I don't know why I kissed him, I Could not resist the urge
His lips never tasted of chocolate, So what was there to taste?
Now am trying everything to get rid from vinegar to toothpaste

My mam always said don't kiss the lads stay clear till am wed
with a sore like this on my lips I can never leave my bed
I wish I had never gone near him today, I should have stayed away
Boys are such filthy germ bags, How can I make this go away?

They say in the chemist there's a one spot cream to do the job
Thing is its too expensive, I only got about twenty bob
I'll have to ride this one out by staying in for a day or more
I wish I never kiss him today, How can he pass on his cold sore

So next time girls be warned don't kiss any fella if he has flu
Cause he is a cold sore spreader, he will pass it on to you
Wave him off and keep well away from his lips till he's sore free
Be warned if you don't you will regret it please take a tip from me

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012



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