Hyenas and Lions

Hyenas and Lions short poem

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When I found you
you were in a position of weakness
you were walking with your tail between your legs
you were broken

Yea, I noticed
Kind of surprised

You see
I figured it best
we not talk about
your brokenness

True lions never pounce
on the helpless

I could have eaten
you alive

I could have made you my

I could have

But you see
vicious lions
also have hearts
deeper than the
deepest sea

I didn’t eat you
and then
you ate

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