I said I'd write a poem for you,
Once I got to know you,
And now, I think that I do.
It took some time for your colours to shine,
But now I'm done, so here,
Let me show you.
You are light as the day,
With no hint of dark,
It's all bunnies, princesses and pink.
You bore me to tears,
Like a bar with no beers,
And you certainly can't handle your drink.
You're the arms-length kind,
A mediocre mind,
Fakeness and lies are your craft.
You flutter your eyes,
Like a sneaky tweety-pie,
And all the boys start acting daft.
It can't all be bad,
That would be sad,
Of course, there are nice things to say.
I just don't know what they are,
Not those things in your bra,
I've seen bigger **** in ballets.
You have a nice ****,
a nine, if I'm asked,
But that means that I'd have to say...
If I'm being true,
The best thing about you
Is the sight of you walking away.
I never gave it to her.