Standard Dump

poem by: Raychill Ellisonwonderland
Written on May 04, 2016

I don’t want your standard man; don’t dump your standards on me. You want your standard man? It’s got nothing to do with me.

You and your standard man got nothing on me, even though you think you are, I’m the one that’s free.
Yes he returned here, tail tween his legs, Told me about his obligations, his pay backs for your years. Hell no I didn’t buy it I saw through crocodile tears.  I said he and I were through he said so were he and you.

Don’t waste your time trying to analyse who you think I am. I got rid of him way back, I did it because I can.  Don’t dump your reflections on me, you got your standard man, its nought to do with me.

You should keep him on a leash and don’t unleash your stuff on me, tighten up your reign, he just keeps you because you’re tame. You know he’s sniffing right now round all those other dames. Standing by your thrones so sad and all alone, you got your standard man your average man, it’s nought to do with me.


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Christopher Russon commented:
good poem.some men have their own standards not good recipe for a relationship.


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