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by Ch'erie de Perrot
Friday, October 31, 2014
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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There's a reason why someone becomes an X in anothers life, and that is simply because it didn't work, and they are X off out of yours or you out of theirs!

X-Factor Miss X, Placed a Hex, in the life, of a new wife, Now she's lost in the index! Used a Son, to bring to none, sweet love and romance, never stood a chance, all for number one! Hearts are fragile, can not be subject to guile, utilized for selfish gain, causing grief and pain, till Romance bled in the Nile! He stands alone, She stands alone, What was it for dirty tricks did implore, left them in the desert zone! She cries at night, He drinks till light, curse that X, who placed that hex, whose throat needs squeezing tight! Ch'erie de Perrot Copyright 31/10/2014 CAL Copyright Australia Ltd All Rights Reserved Oh this coincided with Halloween, yes the witch on her stick has cackled all the way, triumphant! One would hope only for now!  

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Reviewed by jude forese 11/16/2014
placing a hex will only come back on you
Reviewed by lois christensen 11/3/2014

So very very true.

Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 10/31/2014
Oh Heck NO!!! Self portrait no way...this is descriptive of the thing that wouldn't let go of the person who is now my estranged Husband!!! Used the Kid to her own ends like I have never seen!! And the picture isn't far off what she looks like too, you'd be amazed, yet he still gazed at her as though she was a thing of beauty, so yes lets get this straight, No self portrait. I would never use kids to mess up a persons life, like this " Witch" blatantly did.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 10/31/2014
the picture I see is a self portrait, right...LOL, and you will get past this last problem too...lets get some pictures of the place you are living now and send me your new address there in OZ...will have to try and call somehow, miss hearing from you...take care of yourself, don't feel bad for your past troubles they are behind you, deal with NOW...(damn I should take my own advice...;-) )-e-
Reviewed by Andy Turner 10/31/2014
Oh golly gosh. One feels your pain. Drinkint till dawn rather says it all.

Not a witch, no never. Just a lassie that feels every which pain that relationships bring again and again and...,
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/31/2014
Good to see you writing again.

Yes, the hex is in the X. I have done it once, and have two younger brothers that have done it twice each. Men and woman were just not meant to stay together. There are too many obstacles in life that come along to make misunderstandings almost Halloween like. I guess the ghouls are in the mix all the time, not just on Halloween.


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