“In Karenbeckystan, a blend so rare, behold,
Karen, Becky, and Stan traits, a story to be told.
Using men as pawns in her vengeful play,
Causing friction in his marriage, fueling dismay.”
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“No doubt, single parenthood, a weight to bear,
Acknowledging flaws, as fate weaves its snare.
Shoulders burdened, life’s path twisted, unclear,
Unresolved burdens passed to the next sphere.”
“Why’s it glorified, celebrated with such zeal?
Why exalt the superficial, the appeal?
No shame intended, just truth to reveal,
Some lack common sense, their motives concealed.
Boundaries drawn, between parent and friend,
Establishing authority, as we transcend,
Youth easily influenced, their minds to mold,
Casual dating nearby, a practice we withhold.”
“A book arrives, claiming wisdom for your black son’s quest,
Penned by a white woman, irony at its best.
Lessons on manhood, lacking a father’s heart,
Ignoring men’s insights, a misguided start.
Prioritizing bitter white souls, dismissing fathers’ voices,
Casting aside diverse wisdom, making wrong choices.
Black, white, Asian, from lands wide,
Their books, their insights, pushed aside.”
“Blinded by disdain, she fails to see the light,
Judging black men, ignoring their fight.
Quick to silence, dismiss their power,
Her misguided ways reaching their final hour.”
“Deep within, I hold my principles tight,
Boundaries crossed, tearing lives with spite.
Yet you, in your scheme, chose to deceive,
Involving innocent kids, a pain hard to retrieve.”
“Rubbing salt in old wounds, your aim to win,
Revealing your true nature, kin to the devil’s sin.
Driven by envy, or a sinister scheme,
Boundaries shattered, a shattered dream.”
“When I inquired, genuinely concerned for the flow,
Your callous response extinguished my heart’s glow.
‘They’ll get over it,’ your sentiment astray,
Surprised by your cruelty, day after day.”
“Weeks spent plotting, seeking every turn,
Reducing him to tears, making his heart yearn.
Another pawn in her game, a disposable name,
Treating him like a slave, a cycle of shame.”
“She’s the cancer destroying wedded bliss,
But ignorance sought advice from an empty abyss.
Leaving lives shattered, marriages torn apart,
Blinded by obsession, she lost her heart.”
“The power of platonic love, my book, my creed,
It teaches compassion, from ignorance we’re freed.
Let’s rise above, with understanding and grace,
For in the end, love conquers all, in any case.”
“Blinded by focus, she fails to see,
The consequences of her ruthless spree.
Children suffer, court in the storm,
Her actions, a betrayal, causing harm.”
“She forgets the true purpose of love,
Choosing instead to manipulate and shove.
But the resilience of those she harms will prevail,
Breaking free from her toxic, heartless trail.”
“In the end, she’ll face the truth she denied,
The damage she caused cannot be denied.
A lesson to learn, a path to atone,
For the lives she shattered, seeds of her own.
Tales of a broken home.”