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April 22, 2016

I Want You Back Disease...

April really has turned out to be the Cruelest Month.
I am way behind in posting and also playing:
It's a dark, funny and sometimes chilling to the bone.
Thank you Magaly for this Challenge.
I think it is the only thing keeping me sane right now!

I am going to be catching up then next few days for the Challenge.
Any painting I have done has been put aside to fix later.

The "I Want You Back" syndrome

This syndrome is common
It comes from the disease
"The Grass is Always Greener"
at the last place he sees.

"Let's see" says the Specialist
While checking him out
The  first test ordered should be 
Reading your Social Media accounts.

"My, my" says the doctor
While scratching his head
"You have a very bad case
After all I have read".

You do not have
Just what was originally diagnosed,
You also have, he went on
"Pay My Way" symptoms the most.

The doctor's advice to him
As he left there that day
"Stay away from those exes
Is all I can say"

He left you for the one before
And now he's back to see
If flowers, charm and love galore
Can give you his disease.

Have a great day and a Wonderful Weekend!
Hugs, Rasz 


Magaly Guerrero said...

The "I Want You Back Disease" is a deceptive virus. So difficult to eradicate because it is so good at camouflaging itself as something desirable. Let's hope none of us ever catch it!

Sunshineshelle said...

Yes this is great Rasz & I think contagious! You certainly have a talent for writing as well as art, so happy you joined in xox

Faye said...

Wow, your poetry is as good as your painting, Rasz. You are certainly multitalented.

Magic Love Crow said...

Run girl!!! No taking back!!! Lessons learned, on to the bright future!!! Great writing my friend!

Rommy said...

People think of the euphoria but never of the uncontrollable crying that is often a side effect of this affliction.