Klaudia - Poem by Juan Olivarez
What have I done, to make you hate me so?
You say you despise the ground beneath my feet.
Was it an ill wind that past you nose did blow?
Maybe you just don't feel complete?
So you spout your venom, and hide behind,
Some lengthy Latin phrase.
I really don't care if you've lost your mind,
But why is it that you hide your face?
You are quick with the dagger in the back,
You envenom as the Borgias did.
It seems that cruel words you do not lack,
Maybe it's just monsters from your id.
So please stay far away from me dear Hyde,
I liked you best as sweet kind Jekyll.
It seems as if your good side died,
The swan is now a Pterodactyl.
5/7/11 Alton Texas
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