Sarcasm and Schadenfreude

I once knew a young lady everyone called Ms. Sarcasm
And no one approaches her with genuine enthusiasm
Her tongue a wicked knife
Her voice a high-pitched fife
She’s got malignity and viciousness in her protoplasm
One fateful, felicitous day she met Mr. Schadenfreude
Mesmerized she thought he’s from a heav’nly asteroid
Wow! They got along fine
Just like cheese and fine wine
Unlikely pairing worthy of analysis by Sigmund Freud
© F Aparici

Sarcasm = witty language used to convey insults or scorn
Schadenfreude = delight in another person's misfortune


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