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She Knew
 



With her negative thinking
he never could please.
Complaints - she had plenty,
no koi, but she'd carp,
said they'd meet at one thirty
but gave no guarantees.

He was there on the hour
(wouldn't dare make her wait).
He knew her reaction
would be snap like a shark...
prove her right; satisfaction.
In this case she was late.

For three hours he waited
in blistering heat.
Medics came and they took him away.
She arrived, he was gone, she sneered in her scorn.
'How typically him! I've just one thing to say.
I knew this would happen! Dead beat!'










By cherryk

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