Early One Morning - Poem by Amber Richards
Early one morning, I woke
Everything was chillin, and still.
When suddenly a big fat ugly bird sat, and perched his ugly ass on my window sill.
That big fat ugly bird amazed me, He could sing, sing a song that was
so care free.
My Hubby and I started to make whoopee
It seemed all our troubles we had started to slip away, on that early day.
I have to sat at first it seemed very thrilling, and
after few minutes it was fulfilling
My needs were met..
“shit” there was something I couldn’t forget.
This fat ugly bird brought up the bright morning sun.
I should of said thank you to that fat ugly bird for the morning fun
As my hubby and I stirred beneath the covers, after the moment of bliss, I couldn’t stand it anymore.
As, I slowly crept slowly out of bed, I gently lowered the window. I am sorry to say, “I crushed that fucking fat ugly birds head“, because I just remembered in all my years I'm not a morning person.
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