Treasure Island

Maddy Jones

(March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

The Chunky Jerk


The abuse was bad,
Most mentally,
The threats and lies,
I couldn't before see,

But now I am out,
I'm free, so free,
As happy as ever,
And many agree,

And now that I'm free,
I mock the abuser,
And what a fatty!
A retarded loser!

The liar walks,
With a waddling strut,
Talking all smack,
That's pulled from his butt,

The socially awkward,
Chunky jerk,
Will think you're fooled,
With his fatty smirk,

He boasts and brags,
To compensate,
For the little he has,
That he uses to mate,

And it's strangely odd,
That his head is so fat,
For it's empty within,
And I lived with that? !

But not anymore,
Not for me,
I'm happier now,
As you can see.

Submitted: Thursday, January 13, 2011
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