Linas was my beloved only and one.
I met her in a dense park
In a dreadful spot of sun.
Oh, she was donned a pretty birthmark!
She did not eat her chips,
To do so I could not have coerced.
But she finished the salad dip
And lugs around a big fat purse.
Her slender body was as wet as the tears of a widow,
Her eyes popped out of her head,
And yet she was so slow
To reach the bloody bed.
Now she’s got too mundane
So I went and gone and left her in a grassy plain.
Written By: Charlie Tang
Originally Published: December 2015