c lea harris

Rookie (odessa, Texas)

Don’t Bark, If, You Can’t Take The Bite - Poem by c lea harris

You think you’re so cool
Laying your head where I once drooled
You can’t stand it
We still talk,
you forget my name
In concert barn floor
Is engraved not in chalk
You over heard the conversation
you must have gotten the wrong idea
when he cooed
yes, I could see the girls
for the next day, I get a call
it’s you, barking obscenities
I listened, then hung up
You called back, my response was
Give it up
Calling again, giving the same
I blew my stack, I won’t take this attack
You’re so insecure, with your
Marriage still in the stage of pup
You call the cops
Thinking they would hop
After they heard all the truth
Now, who’s in the booth
You called again
That you barked, and I bite back
You have to deal with the situation
These little girls are my
Flesh-n-blood
You’re nobody to me
You need to stay on the porch
You need to control your bark
Take a walk in the park
Just ask anyone, who knows me
I bite back
And
I go for the throat
Just like jack

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 26, 2010



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