Implications

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Don't misread this poem and consider me sexist, I've merely tried to convey someone's emotions towards someone they mistakenly fallen in love with, or, if you wish to read it this way, towards themselves.

To imply that you are not attractive's

To imply you know the world's reactions

Everytime you enter the scene

And the whispers hit you, so serene

And to imply that you are civilized

Is to imply that everybody lies

When they say that you're a whore

Like they have so much before

And it could have been not anymore

To imply that you don't sleep around

Is to imply your thoughts are safe and sound

Deep inside for no one's eyes

All your fears and all your lies

To imply you should be held above

Is to imply some day you'll be in love

But that day will never come

Your heart can't belong to anyone

Because you're a heartless little cunt

And to imply that we could have relations

Is to go prove wrong these implications

But that day will never come

Your heart can't belong to anyone

Because you're a heartless little cunt


Submitted: September 06, 2010

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Capman

"To imply that you are not attractive's", something about the idea that a person can belong to attractive is very interesting. I think I'll have to use the idea of somebody belonging to a description.

Wed, September 8th, 2010 10:48pm

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Well it was originally a song...kinda silly thing to point out, but the word "is" can be, although unorthodox, changed for the purpose of syllables.

Wed, September 8th, 2010 3:50pm

Capman

Yea it can, you just don't usually see it at the end of a line. I think it works either way.

Wed, September 8th, 2010 10:55pm

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Glad you like it. Thank you!

Wed, September 8th, 2010 3:57pm

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