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Nov 2017
do you honestly believe
that just because she has
those infamous violin hips
that gives you any right
to play her?

youโ€™ll be in for a
rude awakening
when you finally realize
no sweet harmony will
come from her

you will not hold her
by her delicate neck
and drag your worn bow
across her thin, ****** strings
as if she was the first, or last
orchestra instrument of yours

do not forget about
deep viola, and intuitive cello
do not mock mighty trumpet and jazzy sax
with your tenuous conductorโ€™s wand
you are no master of a spectacular concerto.

go away Amadeus, youโ€™ve lost your mind
if you can sit down comfortably
and think you wonโ€™t have to pay for
defacing every instrument in this precious ensemble
you once had.
-11/13/17 c.m.
Telli Rose
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Telli Rose  16/Cisgender Female/Riverdale, New York
(16/Cisgender Female/Riverdale, New York)   
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