David Munene wa Kimberly

(06th January 1986 / Kalimoni, Kenya)

Down The Aisle


She walked down the aisle
By him indeed she walked

By him indeed she walked
Down that aisle of ail

Down that aisle of ail
Venom held her by the tail

Venom held her by the tail
Hands of the bridesmaid serpent

Hands of the bridesmaid serpent
Seducing her groom after honeymoon

Seducing her groom after honeymoon
All night igniting lethal passion

All night igniting lethal passion
A one-night, thank-you stand

A one-night, thank-you stand
Ruined hers life of eternal trust

Ruined hers life of eternal trust
Her lachrymose dried up tears

Her lachrymose dried up tears
Mounting the swelling of fears

Mounting the swelling of fears
Ire brought her the knife

Ire brought her the knife
She stabbed ‘em like chickens

She stabbed ‘em like chickens
Herself too in eternal Achilles’ heel

Submitted: Monday, June 07, 2010
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