Joyce wolayo

Rookie - 90 Points (12-july-1986 / uganda)

You Don't Want To Meet My Sister


You don't want to meet my sister
She will stare at you like an alien from Pluto
Her second nature is annoyance
So she will stalk you with vile curiosity
She wants to know everything that annoys you
Like why you make visits to her home
Which she doesn't own
She looks as wicked as an old witch
She moves like a drunk snake and
Does not do anything like everyone else does

I wish I had never met her but she is my sister
I wish I had never known her but she is my sister
I wish you would never meet her because she is embarrassing

She will spin a lie that eats into the mud
She will spend a week without bathing
And stink like her manners
She will look at you and it will make me cry
I am trying to warn you from her
Please you don't want to meet my sister.

Submitted: Friday, June 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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