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Pretentious smile, I wish I could drown myself to sleep for a while. Silver jubilee ringing, yet afraid of the dark. When the night haunts and loneliness arrives, I'd still cowered in terror, hidden under the blanket Like a broken mirror with shattered glass, All the gamut of emotion laid scattered with each passing memories and bygone days. "Don't you dare to speak. Don't you dare to rebel. Don't you dare to resist." Else the shame and label of Traitor would be hung on your image for decades to come. I Spoke, I Resist, I disobeyed Not in the eyes of God But in the eyes of men and women who couldn't find flaws in their own life. And finally rejoiced to embrace the black dot in the perfect delusional world of normalcy.
“If you look for perfection, you'll never be content.” ~ Leo Tolstoy
I love you, Her boyfriend used to say Every time he missed her birthday by a day. Those three little words accompanied with Thanks for your forgiveness, That she never really gave Beneath her false smiles.
You are beautiful, Belongs to her mother Who dressed her up in frills that itched And tied doll ribbons in her hair.
You are gorgeous, Whispered her second husband Only in bed and not When she had morning breath and hair, And needed to hear those words then.
I hate you, Never slips past her painted lips While shining so brightly in her eyes.