Stay Out Of My Head - Poem by Patti Masterman
Stay out of my head, you simpering hearts,
Braying and bleating you've broken apart;
We've no time for Byron or Shelley or Blake-
Pray tell why you, instead, we'd partake?
Nobody cares that you're jilted again,
Perhaps with your choices, you'll never win;
And being passed by's not actually a sin-
Perhaps you'd be better off, without men?
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