To Whomever Left the Empty Ice Cube Tray in the Freezer by Bruce Niedt

I can think of nothing more useless, 
other than you.
Here’s how I will get my revenge:

I will leave an empty box 
in the cupboard when I finish 
the last piece of your favorite snack.

I will leave all your socks without mates 
when they come out of the laundry.

I will leave the toilet seat up
every single time (if you are female). 

I will leave all the dirty dishes for you
whether you cooked dinner or not.

I will leave your DVD out of the box
when I take it out of the player
and replace it with the one I want to watch.

I will leave the radio tuned 
to your least favorite station
whenever I borrow your car.
I will leave almost no gas in it, too.

I will leave your life in chaos when I – 
wait a minute. 
Maybe I was the one who left that tray. 
I guess we should buy a new fridge 
with an ice maker

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For more information and fantastic poems, go to:

bniedt.blogspot.com

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I couldn’t resist!  I  love this poem! 🙂

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