A JEALOUS WOMAN, POEM by Willie Buchanan

Genre: Rhyme, Relationship, Obsession

A JEALOUS WOMAN
by Willie Buchanan

Her eyes were ablaze.
A Demon was pushing her
toward insanity.
Bitter foul venom spewed
from her mouth, laced with profanity.

We broke up 3 months ago.
She was still angry, jealous and hurt.
She made me a nervous wreck,
always on thee alert.

Stuck in the past, would not accept reality.
This was not good for me.
I had moved on and found somebody new.
In her mind this would never be true.

When I let her know, her blood started to boil, steam came out of her ears.
She wished I would drop dead as her eyes turned green then red!
The old saying Hell has no fury like a woman scorned is true!
So watch your ass before this kind of thing happens to you.

Vandalism to my car and my new girlfriend’s car.
We was out at a bar when she popped up with a hardcore verbal attack.
She vowed things would get worse unless I came back.

We were afraid as she followed us to the parking lot.
Filthy curse words came out in a stream.
She started shaking and her whole body turned red.
My God! She gave out a blood curdling scream!

My girlfriend and I backed up in fear.
She grew a Medusa head and cursed us for dead.
She had reached for my girlfriend and touched her cross.
It saved us from a terrible loss.

Jealousy and PMS a real bad combination.
She became extremely hot!
Suddenly, she did a spontaneous combustion that left a big black smoldering
spot!

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