Horrible Man - Poem by Judith Kempis
I was inlove to an attractive man
Loving, thoughtful, caring and gentleman
He is an apple of the eye to every woman
He loves me, and happy to be the lucky one.
The day of our wedding he looks great
'Kiss the bride'command of the priest
Instead of excitement, I was so upset
Because I was poisoned by his bad breath.
It was a long day, we're tired and time to rest
I lean on his arm and to his chest
Such a disappointment when I smell his odor
And I just knew that he also snore.
Oh! what a horrible man my husband is
Doesn't know anything when he sleeps
The sound that comes from his lips
Even when he grind his teeth.
I thougth he was awake, heard him mormoring
Lot of quest he keep asking and I keep replying
I was surprised, that he was just sleep-talking
Oh my God! he also sleep-walking.
What a terrible night I had
My husband makes me mad
The whole night I never sleep
Giving me such a headache.
If this would always continue
I cover myself with blanket and pillow
Just like watching a movie-horror
A man I married that is so horrible.
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