Once Upon A Time...
Once upon a time,
In a land so far away,
Lived a gorgeous little beauty,
Who smiled every day.
She smiled as she sang,
She smiled as she ate.
She smiled as she ripped,
Her brother’s face off with a rake.
Never did her smile falter,
As blood gushed everywhere.
She was glad to see the bastard dead,
For he’d brought her to despair.
When she was put on trial,
She grinned the whole way through.
Asked if she thought she’d reoffend,
She said, “My Lord, I do!”
Death was her swift sentence,
By hanging, as it were.
She did her hair and make-up,
So her corpse would swing with verve.
And swing it did for minutes,
A cold but pretty stiff.
The guards were so aroused,
They thought they’d have a bit.
By now she was in Hell,
Burning for all time.
But the little bitch still smiled,
As the Devil said, “You’re mine!”
Copyright Cory Eadson, 2012