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Mar 11
"Are you a woman?"
She asks
With such disdain
And my heart stumbles

"Are you a woman?"
He mocks me
And for a fleeting moment
I consider

Truth or lie or silence -
My heartbeat quickens
And in a perfect world
I'm loud and clear -

they say "don't dare,
don't you even go there,
cutting off your long hair,
you do as you're told"
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Violet  Gender Fluid
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