Ramona Thompson

Ode To My Ex - Poem by Ramona Thompson

You low down rotten s.o.b.
Is there nothing that you won't do to make me miserable?
Now that I've let you go
Now that our affair is over
I wonder
Why can't you?
Why won't you just move on and leave me alone?

Is it because I found out and threated to expose all your
deepest, darkest secrets?
Is that why you've turned from my lover into my stalker?
All because I can't and won't love you anymore?
All because I choose not to ignore all the lies that you told
Through all these many years together
If only I had known how we would end
I swear to God and all that's holy above this earth
If only I had known then what you would be now
Never would we have ever begin
No, never at all

So many
How many?
I guess I'll never truely know and really I don't want to
All I want
All I need
Once and for all
Is for you to get out
Get out of my life and off the internet
Spreading your poison
Chasing after every skirt that see no matter the age
It has to be stopped
You have to be stopped
You pervert!
You loser!
Often now I wonder
How could I have ever thought that once upon a time I
loved you?

Reporting me to falsely to my service provider
Making up lies and bad mouthing me all over the world
wide web
Little boy don't you know?
Two can play that game and I can play it better
So much better then you
Cos when I spill
Everything I tell will be the God's honest truth
Revealed at last
Your 15 year old underage other woman, hidden marriage,
and so much more
Fallen from grace
Like a beloved movie star
Never ever will you recover from this
The fury and the vengence of me
Ramona, hellbent and scorned
M-Get ready cos tonight I'm telling all!

2007 Ramona Thompson

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011

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