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Tag Archives: metaphors
Hey, grass… Every week, I cut you Down to size, Forcing you To conform To my norm. You reach For the sky, And I Knock You Down. Every week, Regardless Of what I’ve done To you, You return. Defying me. … Continue reading →
Rubik’s Cube, You sit there On my desk, Taunting me. Still perfect, Untouched, All colors Together As they Were meant To be. You want So badly For me To twist, To turn, To blemish Your uniformity. I know what You’re … Continue reading →