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Your heartbeat is my own. You smile, I smile. You dream, I dream. You breathe, I sigh. Love me. Hold me. Trust me now. I'm cold. Warm me.  You dream, I dream. You smile, I smile.
And so it begins. My love for him I claimed I’d never have, His face is beyond beauty, The taste of cigarettes as he kisses me.
We are always told We are worth our Weight in gold. And That's a sweet sentiment   But I don't think it's Genuine, and it implies That someone's worth is Definable by societal objects.
Dazzling people made of gold, Dazzling people made of cold Material, dazzling people made Of glitter and stuck together with glue.   Dazzling people made of lipstick Lipstick, kisses, stains on cheeks
I’m scared of myself For when school starts See, I’m not depressed But in form time   My mind works overtime  
When I was seven years old In my mathematics class Measurement setting in dread Forty kilograms is the answer   I don’t remember the lesson I learnt
I might just be a psychopath Don't think I am  Don't want to be  but somewhere on the spectrum between not caring and really not caring  somewhere there's me   Don't wanna offend 
This is so tangled,  I can't figure out what happened.  He loves her and she loves another  and now I love him.   Funny how you think this kind of confused doesn't exist.  
Opportunities aren’t abound for women like me My face has been stepped on My history utterly destroyed They haven’t fared well If one can imagine them left in my position at birthIf our lives were switched
Intoxicated With the sound of my name Escaping your lips, The letters unfolding themselves From a curled up slumber   Your mouth forming letters The way light colored bruises
Thoughts zing here and there But I don't know exactly where I ponder life and all that matters What if everything shatters I see life change all around You can see it in the trees and on the ground
Tick Tock, Years fly by.  Hands upon the clock, Tend to sigh.
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