|Dreaded Words (standard:poetry, 69 words)|
|Author: kissofthehungry||Added: Jan 21 2005||Views/Reads: 1815/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Humerous poem about the horrors of in-laws.|
More fearful words were never said That inspire such ungodly dread Than when your cell phone rings In her hands, your direction it swings Her own voice shakes with fear That you have came to hold near You beg and plead silent with eyes But give in with heavy sighs Over her shoulder, she cast Speaking those terrible words at last, 'She's your mother, You can deal with her.' Tweet
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