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Mar 2015
You can always tell a fake smile
from a real one
by the creases in the eyes. There's also
something about receiving and empathy
but I'm not sure we're there yet.
The seats on my shoulders
for an angel and devil sound the same
when I'm with you. You make me forget what's right
and that's so so wrong.
I'm going to glue my mouth shut
with spoiled honey to teach myself
that I don't need to give you excuses and
so you won't hear my rotten words.
I'll swallow an apology before I ***** out
another one. I've stopped looking for
forgiveness in the creases of your face,
cause you've just stopped smiling
I sampled a whole bunch of unrelated feelings and put it into one poem. Hope it makes sense. Constructive criticism is always welcome, or you know, just drop by and tell me a random thought.  -ivy
Ivy Swolf
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Ivy Swolf
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