richard (sean) scarbrough (james)
I'M Serious - Poem by richard (sean) scarbrough (james)
I'm serious when I say that I Love You, because I do,
I'm serious when I say that you should love me too.
Can't you see that all I have is yours?
How could you even complain that the hamster snores?
I bought him for you so you would not ever be alone,
I mean after all you gotta give a dog a greasy bone.
How could you not love the rodent?
If only his smell wasn't so darn nasty and potent?
Well my dear I will check him out, perhaps new litter will do,
My dear when was the last time you fed little kalamazoo?
His body is stiff and his fur rather molted,
I can see why his smell had made you rather revolted.
I know this poem will certainly strike a few chords just watch,
It talks of death and love and of friendship that was lost,
But I can assure all of you without fighting,
No hamster was harmed through out this writing.
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