Babette Teeth

No, I Deny This - Poem by Babette Teeth

I deny I kill kids
and did them harm in any ways
I did spoke it as wicked as I can be
But I cannot figure out why that beautiful they can be
To now I don't think it is ashamed
Since I've done nothing I have to be blamed
To myself and to Them is different
You saw the flattery but I did love them
For you cannot feel about the kin's feeling that we grew up
And spent so much time together
For some words I spoke
Without flattering and bad intend

Sometimes as kidding as I am
I would never commit any criminal
and I can't help my heart paining seeing blood
I love them.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2005

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