What worries ye?
Take it easy,
Oh, let’s see what is it that engages your eye!
Oh Daisy, my sweet and charming Daisy,
Black, White, Green, And…I know how choosy are ye!
Perusing all those fifty different shades, so actively?
Let’s see…ah, I see you have chosen your fav as grey!
Remember those days, when I got up early to meet ya?
I admired you so much, in that polka-dotted red frock.
You’d come oh so late, chat few moments, and say ‘Cya!’
Did I ever knew it hid a heart so black?
You never cared for nobody, what worry can you have now?
You, always so bejeweled, one could hardly see the skin!
How else could I be defrauded, by mind so shallow,
And thoughts so thin?
Daisy, Oh Daisy, had I not been such a fool –
Had I not been such an awful sissy,
One who was always at your beck and call –
Might have I known then, seduction is so easy-peasy!
Even if not Beautiful, even if not Unearthly,
Had I been so Dominating, so Grey,
Had I used you, and abused you, the way you did to me,
Could you O Daisy leave me then so easy?
Farewell to you o heartless witch,
Fairer maidens are they whose inner charm hold the sway!
Know ye, it takes but little to make a heart switch,
While you ponder upon your storybook wedding day, I am on my sweeter way…
– By Marlowe