Babette Teeth


Not This Matter - Poem by Babette Teeth

Still the distance
You turned and hide
Don't make up an excuses
Face it

If his eyes won't cheat
So he has to adjust his sight
All my left foods
He has to eat

I wonder
Why I'm always alone
the fragrance of my hair that no one breathe
the scent into myself's nose
No chemical or artificial
Though the one I once neared with
They would never say so


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 22, 2005



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