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Fine, asteur hide

In droll cures,

Write S traces on your heart

To cover your parts

Spyro lactating in darkness

And find happyness

find happyness

find happyness

Polute yourself

With male

I'm not a male

I'm no fail

I flow in water

I'm made to live later

And i'm for no one to deliver

no one to deliver

no one to deliver

Inject tests in those therones

If you dare

To find one,

One death

Post it

Via fed-ex,

Deliver it

In garbages

I'm a prisoner

Of no container

I'm free of your law

Designed to kill

The likes of me

One blue shirt

No pink

One dead flirt

No truth

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I'm not a poetry critic but i like this poem. It seems quite strong.



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I thought to post it here

"Asteur" mean "now" in french :P

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Thanks for that it helps the first stanza make sense. I really feel this line somehow......."Spyro lactating in darkness"



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Truth is love

look above

Know your heart

know it's love

From within

your life begin

You know U know

She is no sin

What's inside

you cannot hide

So let her take you

on her ride

She knows

she knows

She always


Their is no


No one to


For she is


Let her be


Look above

Embrace her love

:wub: , vanna

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Thank you soliloque -_-

I loved ur poem :thumbsup:

U have a beautiful smile

but then, you always have

:wub: , vanna

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Jennifer T

Ah, "polute yourself with male". Oh what a chord this strikes! Resonance.

It is good to read your poetry again, Soliloque.


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