Dear Fake B*tch

Dear Fake B*tch,

You try to enter my life as a poetic prophet
With your lies you craft sonnet after sonnet.
But reality strikes like a cosmic comet
& now it’s ironic how your every word makes me vomit.

You flirt with your every false sugarcoated phrase
You try to deceive me with your manipulate ways.
But I’ll strike you so hard like a tsunami wave
That even Casanova shall weep in his grave.

For I can see you lie through your teeth
I can feel your artificialness as you breathe.
I can hear the hollowness of the words you speak
& now the future of your falsehood seems bleak.

Behind your plastic smile, you hide your hate
With few likes on Instagram, you think you are great.
But mate, this misconception you need to decimate
For you’re more obnoxious than a pervert who loves to masturbate

On many innocent souls, you may have thrown darts
& with your pretense, you may have played with many hearts.
But I’m a savage psychopath possessing poetic arts
& my pen’s got more fire than your pathetic private parts.

Hope my words imprint on you like an impaling tattoo
& remember as long as the oceans are blue.
I’d always prefer to be a lone wolf, who is true
Rather than be a fake b*tch like you.

Note: First let me clear this up, this poem ain’t targeting any gender in particular but instead it intends to disgrace the mentality of being fake. Comedy has never been my forte by any sense of imagination, but based on high demand for something humorous on my Instagram. I tried to explore a savage side of myself as I intended to lyrically roast the fake people that are there in the modern-day society. Please like, comment and subscribe to my blog! I would love to know what you think about this poem or if you ever had an encounter with a fake person in your life.

Selflessly yours,


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35 thoughts on “Dear Fake B*tch

    1. Haha, nah I’m not consumed with a spell of rage. Was trying to experiment with dark comedy so that’s why I tried to make it intense with some hard hitting punchlines. But guess I failed to articulate it properly however I’m still exploring this genre. Writing comedy is a challenge really but I’m born to be embrace & overcome such exciting challenges. Hopefully I’ll write something better next time. πŸ˜… Thanks for your support and readership. πŸ™

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  1. Whenever I read your rhymes, I always asked myself how someone could write in such an incredible way… you’re an amazing poet and everything you depicts in your poetry give an exceptional meaning…❀❀

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    1. Not aimed at any particular person, but in general sense you may consider me a snipper whose got all the fake people in his hit list & let my words to be bullets that impales their falsehood. Thanks for the compliment!

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  2. The skill with words here to make the content flow was really good, especially with the super raw zingers that were spot on and slipped into the rhyme scheme. I love your wordplay. This is only the third poem I read, but I am curious to hear more. I am flattered that a poet who can write so effectively in rhyme likes what I wrote, thank you!

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    1. Sorry for the late reply, was busy with work. I’m truly grateful to your kind words and your generous support. I look forward to reading more of your writings in the near future.


  3. Yes I have met lots of dishonest and fake people. They can do a lot of damage. This certainly touches lots of folks I am sure. It does feel a little personal, just being honest. Well written as always my friend. Love ❀️ Joni. I am honest to a fault so you will always get real from me. Hugs so sorry if a real event did trigger this hurtful act.

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    1. Well this was one of my most disappointing poems coz I tried to make it funny but I guess my sincere dislike for fake people got the better of me & many perceived it as an angry rap of sorts lol. But thank you I’m glad you liked the poem. πŸ™‚

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