Backstabbing

Backstabbing

A Chapter by Dave Brown
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Backstabbing for beginners

Took me aside

Asked if I wanted, for sumfun

To steal another guy’s bride

 

For a small charge  

They’d circulate lotsa lies

Saying, so far, their efforts

Had created abuncha goodbyes

 

They’d do the main work

But I’d have to assist

And see that ruining romances

Had a real nice, nasty twist

 

As I was putting my JH

On the black dotted line

The Journeyman Backstabber

Had then dropped a dime

 

Seems my sweetheart had wandered

Much more than just once

And if I didn’t dump her

I was some kina dunce

 

No dummy me, she was gone

I am not some kind of weak posie

Although, last time I saw her

She and that backstabber

Were both wrapped up real cosy

 

 

 



© 2020 Dave Brown


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AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!
I really liked this poem, Dave!!! :))))
It's a good write and had me feeling so bad for the speaker by the end. I feel like I could hear a little tune playing in the background!

100/100

Nix ❤️

Posted 3 Months Ago


Dave Brown

3 Months Ago

I hope that tune wasn't Taps
thanks for the visit, have been by your site a number of times,.. read more
Actually, I think the guy has a future in politics.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Aww, sounds like you're a marked man Dave... marked by karma and her whole "eye for an eye" mojo.
And take it from me, she never forgets. I didn't even know she was married and I got a lifetime of karmation 😊

Posted 3 Months Ago


Dave Brown

3 Months Ago

Karmation aggravation sounds like an unpleasant situation for the duration of whoever's station in w.. read more

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