Controlled Marionette Poem by Yolanda Metroi

Controlled Marionette

Rating: 5.0


Marionette, How do you spend your days?
Oh Marionette, Undesirable you now appear
Surrounding you, You used to have quite the craze
Now you invoke fear
Your once beautiful, shiny, and soft hair
Now so ratted, dim, and with tear
Your smooth porcelain skin
Now without any color and cut-in
Marionette, Confined Marionette
Why have you lost yourself?
Oh but Marionette, Marionette
There never was a you, was there?

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Don't mind me self-projecting onto this marionette. This is a free-verse poem
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