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Aug 2019
What is it to you
If I stay in this corner
Gnawing at my tender thoughts
And spitting rotten vibes

I don't need you to tap me on my shoulder
I won't turn around yet
I can curl like a ball
And escape between your legs
Than I would roll and roll
Twice around the world
And I'll come back wiser
Stronger and a bit taller
I would sit at your table
And sipp your hot tea
Of domestic flavors
I won't tell you
I drank better
I won't tell you
It was greater
I would smile and thank you
I would point to my watch
And tell you
See you later...
Written by
Carmen Jane  36/F/Seattle
(36/F/Seattle)   
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