White Wedding by Caesar F. Castro


White Wedding
Caesar F. Castro

I said, "I do", to her some years ago,
And thus began my life of pain and woe.
What was I thinking--was my head in a hole?
As soon as I said, "Yes", my life went in the toilet bowl.
True, I was young then and full of dreams,
But, I am not now your slave, as to you it seems!
And what about how you were, back in the day?
When with a look, you could make any man sway.
But now you're nearing 400 pounds and ever so lazy,
With only one mission in life, to drive me completely crazy!
Now, all these years later, you seem only to scream and hit,
Why did things have to end up this way? Oh, well, just "Fu*k it!"

About the Author

Senor Castro was forced by his parents to leave his homeland of Cuba and move to the United States and he has never been right, since...Click here for full bio

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