Mothers, don’t over indulge your sons
They grow up in to greedy, lusting men
Hating women, seeking revenge
An insatiable appetite for flesh and delights
For appetite is appetite, no matter what the food

Beware the overweight man, he cannot contain his urge
Trying desperately to commit, he falls down at each stage
Mothers, set good boundaries; don’t give in
Don’t shrink back for fear rejection
Demand respect and honest affection

For winning the lottery, can never satiate
The man who’s mother let him eat and eat.

© Angela Dunning, 12 October 2014

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