Goodbye Maple Place
The experience of moving to a new place of living can be a dream, or a nightmare. For some of us, we get to upgrade, while others are forced out to other more meager dwellings. I was fortunate to move up on the scale while moving away from a current hell hole called Maple Place. I have made a poem concluding my move out of that surrey dump, of which I am going to share with you.
Goodbye Maple place
-I wish to never return except to see the friends I have met
Goodbye annoying people always wanting to touch and caress my dog
-Stop that, it’s weird
Goodbye bin divers at 4 am
-It’s too early to stir around the smell of garbage, you stink
Goodbye heaters that never work in the winter time
-We really hope the next people take you to court over them
Goodbye mysterious hole in the bathroom wall
-I tried not to look at, it was creepy
Goodbye terrible water pressure and shatty plumbing as a whole
-Never understood plumbing or I would have fixed it myself
Goodbye horrible maintenance and cleaning staff
-I used to see how long it would be in between vacuuming and floor washing, sometimes up to three weeks.
Goodbye terrible drug addicted neighbors who stay up till 4 am every day
-Your d-bags and will get yours one day
Goodbye weird people with dogs (Mike and Melissa you guys are great this doesn’t apply to you)
-Just because you have a dog doesn’t mean I want to talk to you at all.
Goodbye bed bug infestation.
-Oh yeah new tenants…… about that
In conclusion, I hope the good people who live there find a way out soon. For the rest of you, stay and rot for all I care.