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Aug 2010
A heart that once was tender
Can somehow turn to stone
Their words may still sound gentle
The actions set the tone
A rock is just a rock
But a quill may well disguise it
As lips may spin BS
And hide the cold inside it
Those hearts can thrive on weakness
To feed on and grow stronger
β€˜Reuse that same old source
To resupply their hunger
It gratifies their muse
To know they have your number
Copyright Louis Brown
Louis Brown
Written by
Louis Brown  Bremen, GA
(Bremen, GA)   
   Jerome Revilla
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