Two Snakes - Poem by Dakota Ellerton
You and I are two heads on the same snake
the poison running through you
runs through me.
If I bite you, I die too.
Our thoughts, not so different,
why do you act alone?
You have a similar in this world
you have another side to you.
You can never rid me,
nor would I ever leave you alone.
We have two heads, one body, we are equal
yet you are still dominate.
You have most of our body.
If I died, you would live,
if you died, so would I.
I will never slither on my own.
You, are not me but like me.
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