Babette Teeth


Get It Away Then - Poem by Babette Teeth

Though I always think you're easy hurted
Didn't even wanna break your heart
The beasts spit and spit
Then ruined all the airs around
They overturn a heart to cry day and night
They should be killed and never get in front of my eye
They spit with the bad teeth and I hate too much
Though even it ended up with dirtify your eye
You could get away from my life
And never reappear in nightmare
Fair enough, then you can hear your loneliness
Sound of words


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2005



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