You, old and experienced, little belittling me. Talking loud, foolish self-important dribble. Just zip it and make me feel like a Goddess. I confess, I am tired indulging you wearing this skimpy dress, your breath smelling yellow, does it hurt to wipe the cigarette stain, under your parchment wrinkled nose. I am no who-se, Not …

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Thorns and thistles behind this barren inhospitable frown, stark brown coins, reflecting maturity before it’s time two caterpillars most promising dancing disapproving under the birch fair straightforward Eyes demanding not to be seen. Forever at war with lustful predators and their protesting girlfriends not allowing anyone piggyback on her inner coolness, Turning the most valiant …

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