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Hell Hath no Fury like a woman Spurned
By K@mik@ze K@tie

 



She was funny,



Hell

Hath

No

Fury

like a Woman Spurned




She was funny,

Endearing and pretty,

But just a little touch shy,

He was suave,

Charming and witty,

And as a dogs he was sly.



He asked her out to a movie two,

And took her to dinner once or twice

He took her to the mall to get something new,

And maybe a pizza slice



The next day at school,

The new girl showed up,

And that's when the trouble did start,

She wasn't shy,

She was funny and sassy,

And she was ever so smart.



He decided he'd took one look again and was lost,

H decided his current relationship needed to end,

He decided he like the new girl better,

He'd rather be HER Boyfriend.



He was smart and smooth,

And new just how to make their relationship end,

And by next Monday the present G/F would be single,

While he asked out the future new Girlfriend



He asked her to meet him at the movies,

And catch the after-noon show,

She was there but he didn't show up,

He had reached an all new low.



She wrote it off as an accident,

But when she heard Monday at school,

That he had asked the new girl out,

She decided it was time to break all the rules.



Saying she was mad was an understatement,

And her ex-boyfriend jerk was going to get burned,

For he forgot the simple saying,

Hell hath no fury like a woman spurned.



She had her brother hotwire his car,

It cost a fortune to have repaired,

But he would soon find out that was the least of his troubles,

If someone had said this was what she would do

He'd say that she'd never have dared.



She put a virus on his computer,

And now it was HIS turn,

To feel what it was like to be hurt,

Score one for women spurned.



She gathered secrets about things he had done,

Things he did regret,

Things he'd never want to get out,

And if they did he'd be way more than upset.



She posted them in the hallways,

And spread them through the E-mails, notes and Phones,

But yet she still wasn't through with him,

She'd take next her wrath on his home.



One night while his parents were out to a party,

And he with his girlfriend at a dance,

He did get home, and to his dismay,

Her entire house was trashed.



Still, she had more tricks up her sleeve,

She wasn't done just yet, not by far,

Wait till she anonymously tipped off his parents,

That he was cheating his way in to strip joints and bars.



But still yet she had a few aces still up her sleeve,

And she was persistently hot on his trail,

She was going to make his life a living hell,

And she swore she would not fail.



She tapped into his phone lines and e-mails,

And listened what he said about his friends,

She intercepted his notes and letters,

She was no where near her end.



She told his friends all he said about them,

And showed them the notes she had,

Now they joined her on her quest for vengeance,

They too, were also mad.



One last thing was that floozy of a girlfriend,

That she had to deal with still,

For the longest time she had fantasized,

About taking her face to a grill.



So she found out that he was cheating,

On her as he had done before,

And she recorded conversations,

E-mails, notes, and much more



Then she took them to the girlfriend,

Who now was mad as hell,

Gee, what a shame their relationship didn't work out,

But HER plan had worked out very well.



But, see this all could have been avoided,

If he had just told her the deal,

Now he was in a rut,

And it would take a while for his scars to heal.



She was quite satisfied with her self,

Maybe now he would learn,

To really trust the simple old saying,

Hell has no fury like a woman spurned




 

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