Genre: Love, Heartbreak, Rhyme, Relationship
She’s a man, by Bryan Chan
With trashy ideology and principles,
Her words are bland and hollow,
Mindless substance which have been borrowed.
Unloving and unnurturing,
A woman without a woman’s touch,
Potential mother but then again, not very much
Limited by her ideals, faminism?
Domination is all she seeks to clutch.
The personality of a wall,
Cold and hard,
not very far from her standards,
white-washed and scrawny,
Crumbling and sickly,
Thinks herself high and mighty,
But in reality,
She is far from great,
The chinese have made far better gates.
She inspires love and passion,
But so do pies,
Not to mention chocolates,
But hers is a poison one cannot negate,
It is mistaken love,
Lest should I think it fate,
She leaves a rush of resentment,
An after taste of hate.
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