You're not welcome here.

You came about a month ago looking to stay the night

You just wanted a place for your kids to rest their head and you’d be gone in the morning light

A month has come and gone but your still here

Three extra mouth's to feed and you drank all the beer

We didn't have much, We gave you all we could 

You took it all and then asked for more 

No please

No thank you

No offer to help with the bills

My mother is afraid to tell you there's the door

As you have a bad temper that we don't want to appear 

Your kids are rambunctious and rude 

They have broken the cross my dearly departed Nan keep in her room 

My mother is in tears 

She doesn’t know what to do

My younger sister's won't leave their room

My mother has told me to shut my mouth and don't be rude

But soon that won't be enough 

You may be rough and tough 

But so am I

One more wrong move will be enough.

 

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Let me know about any spelling mistakes. 

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word_man's picture

sounds like someone is

sounds like someone is looking for a free ride

allets's picture

You're

for you are. Your is a possessive pronoun indication ownership i.e. your phone. You're Not Welcome. - Poem: bad situation. - slc


 

 

toes_are_never_warm's picture

Thanks, I fix it.

Thanks, I fixed it.