The Adulterer's Sonnet

As miserable as a song less skylark

Is the life of an abandoned lover

Like a Whaler in a sea full of sharks

And a scientist with nothing to discover

Became my life the day I married thee,

I wanted you, but now I do, so now

The golden gates of heaven I won't see

Cause last night I laid with a women or cow.

When you came in you screamed and shot her dead.

I wondered why you did not shoot me too.

I smelled her rotting upon our nice bed

For at least a month or for maybe two

Baby could you please now call the police

Or go to the store and buy new sheets?