I have never fathomed out what you always mean,
Yeah, by calling me all those names
I didn't fatten up because I wanted
Neither are my parents happy of my situation
I have never wanted to be a laughing stock.
I got a disease ,
I'm dying of it.
I once heard experience is the father of wisdom.
I think that's what you lack friend.
Laughing at me isn't the solution,
Maybe familiarity breeds contempt.
I wish I would have never known you.
All I got are nightmares of your laughters.
The doctors says I got few years to live.
Your laughter and belly laugh kills me,
I got no hope left
And soon I will die.
I wish you were born wise,
For a wise head keeps a still tongue.
But now that you are a fool.
All you know is that die is cast.
When I die laugh too how big my coffin will be,
Laugh at my parents for there loss
Never say I was good.
But how happy I made you by my look.
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