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A Scenario In Her Head

Updated on March 27, 2014

She steps outside because her heart is in despair.

The rain is starting to fall because she can feel the rain droplets in her hair.

She wipes her hand across her mouth and the lipstick smears.

All she could here is the words “You’re Fired!” echoing her ears.

She runs to his car now soaking wet.

And opens the driver’s door to his very expensive Corvette.

So delirious with the anger and rage.

She revs up the engine while looking at the speed on her gauge.

She was remembering what happened the night before.

How she told him it was over and the affair was no more.

Then she remembered how it first began.

The late nights and weekends weren’t part of the plan.

It was just work trying to keep a big account.

Oh how the sin and disaster began to amount.

All of the lies and all of the deceit.

The secret was too big for the both to keep.

She shifted the gears, into reverse it goes.

What was she thinking, nobody knows.

She pops the gear into first and then double clutches into second.

As she went into third and then into fourth, her conscious started to beckon.

She suddenly moved her foot to step on the brake but it was too slippery to correct the mistake.

Because she acted on impulse and didn't think.

Her master plan disappeared like a missing link.

“Kill them all!” Is what was on her mind.

But walking away was not part of her design.

The car crashes through the building.

Her body flies out and hits the ceiling.

But that was just a scenario she had in her head.

“I will just wait until he get off!” And that was the last thing she said.


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    • MysteriousOne profile image

      MysteriousOne 6 years ago

      Excellent, Ms.sassy! Keep them coming!

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      Karen A. Harris 6 years ago from Milwaukee, WI

      @Bella your writings inspired me. I wanted to see if I could write poetry with some kind of twist at the end. I liked that it was fun trying to write it. Thanks for taking the time to read. It is always a pleasure to hear from you :)

      @Nell thank you for stopping by :)

      @Carol3san thanks. I appreciate you for visiting and taking time to read.

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      Nell Rose 6 years ago from England

      Hi, revenge is great! lol but best kept in the mind! great stuff, cheers nell

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      Carolyn Sands 6 years ago from Hollywood Florida

      Great! I like your rhyme style.

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      Erica Sanchez 6 years ago from California

      I like this one I wrote several similar the places our minds travel eyy??