Love Virus At My Site?
Just a click on a mouse
My first love appeared at my site.
But just a blink of my eyes
My love vanished from my sight.
Where did it vanish?
Did upset me right.
Just a click on his email
Opened his site
Fool he was to left password at my site.
Now female virus caught his site.
Flirting with females, I saw him at his site.
With just a click of mouse
I placed his photo on mine
And uploaded all over his virus flooded site.
Now his site was downloaded with many bugs.
With a heavy load of bugs
He came to my site.
Now the mouse trapped right under my site.
With a spam to his message
I threw him out of my site.
Now to unblock him
He requested at my site.
I just went to his another chatting site
And saw him chatting again
With many girls at a time.
My antivirus started debugging my computer.
Just a click of mouse I threw him out of my life!
Never to go for love at first site!
As virus get caught easily at this love site.
New technology mouse can reach anywhere!
Site or sight doesn't matter.
Its the mouse who does all wonders
Beware of this mouse!
As its coming to your site on 14th Feb to throw the love virus on your site.
To Wish You A Happy Valentines Day!
Enjoy your day with Love Virus at your Site!
©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY GEETHA JAYAKUMAR 2014
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