Babette Teeth


The Warm Black, And Chilling White - Poem by Babette Teeth

It is like a contrast
What within the black's holds
Are feeling warm of the african's sunlight
They're not short, quite fit in order to got in my list
I once wondered
Though just peeped from the crack
And also once felt it hugs
At the time of revisiting
Full of stuff, and not a little bit waste in space
While the whites are so innocent
They're somewhat lack in spirit
We brought them all together
To have a new start

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2005



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