Scream short poem

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And when she began to speak
I opened her mouth just wide enough to look inside.
Stretching her mouth as wide as I could get it without causing pain.
I looked around directing her head in the light.
Highlighting everything I couldn’t see.
And when I let go she asked what all of that was for.
With rose eyebrows I replied the person I met a couple of years ago

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Rebecca Lyle

Loved your poem!! Great great.

David Bokolo

I bet what you saw was not the person you met a couple of years ago. We all wish we could rewind the hand of the clock. Nice piece, Wadley.


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