My Sizzling Selfies Poem by John Sensele

My Sizzling Selfies



Sir, I haven't over-dramatized my beauty
Every hour or so a selfie on Facebook I post
A compulsive obsession that grew into my duty
Selfies with passages of time tasted like tutti-frutti
That smelled great, sounded gorgeous, I could boast
Sir, I haven't over-dramatized my beauty
Don't blame me because in truth I'm such a cutie
Whether you like it or not but of me you can't make a toast
A compulsive obsession that grew into my duty
You can't tire of me whether I pop up to you on FB or in Djibouti
Your brain my selfie at any moment can roast
Sir, I haven't over-dramatized my beauty
It isn't my fault if to you I sound snooty
The selfie you despise, lots of buck is the cost
A compulsive obsession that grew into my duty
Sorry, sir, selfies aren't heavy duty
But, sir, if you can't stand my selfie, I beg you get lost
Sir, I haven't over-dramatized my beauty
A compulsive obsession that grew into my duty.

Saturday, August 22, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: poems
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Deluke Muwanigwa 22 August 2020

Very nice Sir. Yah some people obssessed with FB etc and selfies. Some have found fame this way.

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