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We are really closing in on the end of this April’s challenge. Three more poems!
Our 27th prompt asked us to write a love poem. Now, write a hate poem. Feel free to rant.
Maybe you’ve had it with a colleague, a boss, Donald Trump, the squirrel on the bird feeder (ding ding ding for me!). And you know what else I have had it up to here with? Have you noticed how long it takes for professional people to call you back or fulfill requests? I call a lawyer every week for a month–it takes a month for him to call and he doesn’t leave a message. I request a document from a doctor and she doesn’t send it until I call five times. I send an email and recieve no answers to my questions until I email again and call twice. Also, I move the feeder, change the location of the baffle, and the damn squirrel still ends up on the feeder spilling seeds all over the ground.
You get the idea.
*i have nothing against cabbage eaters in general, it just sounds like a good insult..
There is hate and there is grievance
For simple downright stupidity
I’ve seen it all, I’ve hit a wall
And blown my top repeatedly
The world is full of morons, cabbage-eating buffoons.
The smug and slick who doesn’t know he’s thick,
Thinks the world revolves around him
If he knew there was more than in his grain store, the knowledge would confound him.
My hatred and my grievance are therefore for this person,
who will achieve a high position
(Because of their ambition)
And the culture of the world begins to worsen.