Pretentious Poetry

Daily Prompt: From Dr. Hyde’s Perspective

After spending time with a group of people, do you feel energized and ready for anything or do you want to hide in the corner with a good book?

Photographers, artists, poets: show us PERSONALITY.

She returned from the bash a few minutes ago

Threw off her bag with a dramatic sigh

And leapt into bed

Her toes curling backward and forward

Releasing the tension, as I well knew her

She screamed for her Wodehouse and I,

I tried remembering what page she had bookmarked

For I well knew, she wouldn’t have a clue

But intelligent life exists within her, she smiles

And dives into a world where life as we know

Ceases to exist and pigs are nearly as circular as they can be

She sighs as her phone starts to ring

Her friends are calling, how about another party?

Frustrated she stares at me with beseeching eyes

And I take pity on her and ward off the callers

Gratefully, she stretches her six foot frame out

Out on the little bed, her feet popping out at the very end

Unbelievably shy this girl, this lethargic creature

Is a product of bi-polarity

And I? I am a product of her fickle mind

Say hello to Mr. Hyde

15 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: From Dr. Hyde’s Perspective

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    • Yes, the Empress of Blandings (P.G. Wodehouse’s Blandings Castle novels) is a black Berkshire sow and is very, very fat. 😛 So I just put a reference in. Thanks for reading!

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