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Death Poems About Gerbil

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Poem Details | by Susan McDermott |
Categories: absence, cat, death, grave, parody, poetry, tribute,

Ode to my Gerbil

I’m scum, I know, I am an ***
I knew through cardboard you could pass

You chewed and chewed a great big hole,
I wish I knew you had a soul

You ran and laughed, but what you saw
It stomped you flat, it was a paw

That cat, he smirked and ate you raw
He stuffed you in his great big maw

My dear sweet babe, I won’t forget,
Your tiny life and what you met

The fault is mine, and I must pay,
Though when and how, I cannot say

The day will come, my life’s all done,
Until that time I’ll have no fun