Cheeky Missy

Doe's Tale of E-love

Oh yeah, John and Jane, they met online.
And they had such a wondrous good time! 
John said to Jane, "Will you please be mine?"
Jane said, "Sure, I'll be yours for all time!"

Then how merrily the days flew by! 
They said their vows (for which I've no rhyme) , 
And then, alas, they began to FIGHT! 
"YOU deceived me!" "OH how you have LIED!"

Next for a messy divorce time was ripe.
They dragged through the hysteric grime
Their families....yes, it was a crime! 
And thus end all romances online!!!??? 


  • Zojinjo

    Well, to be honest, I don't think all romances end online, for I see no love, nor romance in the bonds made online, by and for own self. True romance online is found in love between disguises, for no one shows their face, just as it is, to the ones they love online.

    "Love online is loving a disguise, just as much as it loves you. True love lies beyond disguises and beyond bonds made in a single click."

    • Cheeky Missy

      Thank you VERY much for your insightful comment. By the poem's concluding line I was intending to communicate something to the effect of....."thus is the fatal conclusion of all romances begun online..." for the very point you excellently made. Thanks again!

    • StormyDay

      Wow, very good. Perhaps it isn't best to begin relationships online.

      • Cheeky Missy

        Well, anyway, that's what some folks say, and some court cases prove it, I'm told....uh, hence this.

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