Since my roommate went away
I don't know how to face the day
But I know that she's in pain
So I'll try not to complain.
Last night I slept in Marie’s room
She helps to ward off the gloom
But it will creep back in soon
In Katelyn’s absence I find no boon.
Her surgery went really swell
Now her body won’t rebel
And even though she’s now unwell
Soon she will leap like a gazelle.
I hope that she’s not too hurt
To watch some Glee and laugh at Kurt
Or find a cute resident and get her flirt
On, even if she doesn’t have a skirt (On).
For now she can’t do the Hoedown Throwdown
But please, dear Katelyn, don’t frown
For soon enough you’ll dance around
Even if Asbury makes you skip town.
And now I’ll end this silly rhyme
Because I think it’s a lyrical crime
But remember, Katelyn, you’re really divine
And as for roomies—you’re all mine!