Have You Ever Came Out Of Your Cellophane Wrapper - Poem by Anthony Cavuoti
My female friends tell me that she's playing hoe games.
That she now sees me as a cock blocker.
She got what she needed from me and moved on.
Perhaps they are right.
But they never seen her when she came out of her cellophane wrapper
Have you ever came out of your cellophane wrapper
The anti-septic rapper of our socialization of our society
They never seen her beneath her armor
There Is no defeating Xena warrior
To cherish is to surrender.
God help me I might have been used.
Abused and made afool of, but I still loved her!
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