Chris Embrick

Gold Star - 14,740 Points (3/27/1952 / Commerce, Georgia)

Strange Guests - Poem by Chris Embrick

I invited my only friend to my pity party
He couldn't come, the Chauffeur
just wrecked his new Ferrari
He sent his Chauffeur and his cat
I cried two hours will they just sat
For me, I'm still here depressed
I think they got the better rest
the only thing I learned that night
was the cats name is Marley.

Topic(s) of this poem: cat, friend, humor, pity, stranger

Form: Light Verse


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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2018



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