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Wordlust: Put on a Show

Put on a Show 4/16/18

This is proving to be quite the predicament
You watching me sit on my throne
Waiting to see if I throw you a bone
I won’t
You cross my mind from time to time
I’m curious
Nothing more, nothing less
No rhyme, nor reason
My inner self screams treason
Sometimes I look because I like a laugh
You wanted this spot of mine
But you are not the marrying kind
Oh, that was harsh
These feelings towards you are sparse
I know you do what I do
But we don’t have the same reactions
What you see your heart breaks into fractions
So you pretend
Try to pick up the pieces and mend
I must admit, I like the show
Are you happy now?
I know what I know

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