Babette Teeth

Shells - Poem by Babette Teeth

Why do you wear shells
Why do you wear shells
The innocents do not wear shells
As they do not understand the losing feelings or worries
They're happy to be what they are
They have no such worries and uncomfortables
No unpleasant feelings about the vacant miseries
No pads' helps to be plummy
As the sufferers I understand it too well
I never forget my stand point and to be justified in my voice
Though you commit no sin
People help the sufferer who wears shell!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 23, 2005

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