The Drama Queen Poem by Randy McClave

The Drama Queen

She cheated on her husband
In both America and Scotland,
Then she cheated on her children
Just for the excitement and for the fun,
Never would she cook anyone a dinner
Even for her husband who was the breadwinner,
And she would never clean up their house
She never was a mother, and three times a spouse,
She then starved the family dog
All she wanted to do was shop through any catalog,
Other person’s money she enjoyed to spend
To be someone she wasn't she would always pretend,
Like her, her daughters they began to smoke
Then with their friends they began to argue and provoke,
They both then began to lie and cheat
No longer were they known as happy and sweet,
One daughter didn't know who her father was
The other father didn't want his daughter, just because,
Then they all three then began to bully and steal
They would always complain and would swallow any pill,
They would scream and shout and they would cry
Screaming to the world, they wish that they would die,
Then the daughters became their mother! both evil and mean;
That is how they both became a drama queen.

Randy L. McClave

Friday, August 21, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: daughters,mother
Randy McClave

Randy McClave

Ashland, Kentucky
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