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Aug 2018
Your eyes were a most lovely green,
Quite the most lovely sheen,
I was addicted to them like caffeine,
You lit up my heart like kerosene,
My heart jumped like a trampoline,
It bounced around like a pinball machine,
We took a little trip to Aberdeen,
You did awful things in between,
I saw things meant to be unseen,
I just watched like a computer screen,
My heart sunk like a submarine,
You slashed my heart like a wolverine,
And now my hearts in smithereens,
Once upon a time you were my queen,
I got tired of that sad routine,
Every smile so plasticine,
How silly we can be as teens.
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