Her appearance was fair , yet her heart was cold

It was broken by suitors, Helena’s story untold

Her soul once innocent,  now sinister and evil

Those men she despised , her excuses were feeble

She once loved someone deeply with all her will

He abandoned her, she felt the pain still

Another event had further darkened her

The date was a success, the night a blur

The morning after he was gone, no trace

With no note left, she felt disgraced

She will filled with fury, she hated all men

Helena would have her revenge , the question was when?

Man number three was rich and charming

Although he found her character quite alarming

As by now she was sharp and cold

She had a dark past, never to be told

He was a kind soul, her mister right

This was not to be, she was filled with spite

The coffee sweetener stood balanced on the surface

Now it was her turn for revenge, he’d served his purpose

Rat poison was put craftily in the sweeteners place

She waited for days for the change in his face

A few days later she found him…. as dead as dust

It should have been a relationship of happiness and lust

His face was blue, worth her wait

He’d met his sinister and unplanned fate

Helena had her revenge, she didn’t want to play nice

She packed more snow around her heart of ice

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