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Double Edged Naïveté

Vile accusations

Work their way

On your sugary

Forked tongue

With your smile

That draws honey

And blowflies

You have sang

.

“Are we only here

To be the patch

In your negative

Energy heart—?

Are we only here

To fill the gap and

To fulfill our own

Playcast parts—?”

.

Punctuating each

Question with a

Blonde hair twirl

And accentuation

As if you didn’t

Stab a blade down

Straight into my

Fragile emotions

.

But I keep, I keep

My composure

And aplomb and

Grace and walk

Away from your

Evil and wicked

Sunny pink smile

Away from your talk

.

Now let me ask you

My own questions

Little girl, what’ve you

Done with your life?

Little girl, aren’t you

Too young now to be

Devouring nails and

Holding that knife?

.

Oh little girl, how are

Your inner demons

Satisfied at causing

Turmoil and chaos?

Oh little girl, is your

Soul a void of agony

Darkness cackling

With humanity’s loss?

.

Oh little girl, but why do

You wonder why you’re

Still repelling, charmed,

Why you’re still alone—?

Oh, little girl, I pity you

And you twisted games

Why don’t you just go off

Now and hop on home—?

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