nikita meskin

Crabby Patties & Squidward - Poem by nikita meskin

There was once a boy that lived on his own,
no mother, no father alone he has grown,
he kept to himself at school everyday,
did he have any friends or a girlfriend you say,
he never had friends not before, not today,
his life was so boring, so dull, and so fray,
he hid from the bullies the best that he could,
but they would always find him, find him they would,
oh how harshly and bad would they beat him at times,
too harsh to describe in these catchy new rhymes.

He always ran home and cried in his bed,
before going to sleep he would wish he was dead,
one day he decided to complete his true wish,
he wanted to drown himself and sink with the fish.

So on a rainy gloomy sad-dreary day,
he climbed up the bridge in the south western bay,
he stood on the railing and ended his breath,
soon he will plunge to near certain death,
his body hit the water with inevitable force,

and instantly his body became a useless dead corpse,
how sad it is that good people die,
I might shed a tear, maybe just cry,
and this will be the saddest tale that I tell,
I bid you the reader goodbye, and farewell.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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