Adahlia Bathory

Remember To Clean Up After Yourself. - Poem by Adahlia Bathory

Oh yeah!
I know I’d find you!
Oh, oh, oh.
I got you like I said!
I told you I never lie.
You were built for shame.
So get up because you’re not dead.
There’s and old saying that goes like this:
“I clean up after myself when I’m tied up”
I can’t find out, No you can’t find it!
You make me sick!
You will regret this.
You owe me this.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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