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The Box

M. Wilson 1993 (St. Louis)



Distorted view
Of what I know is true

Life to myself
Keep the truth in a box
On my top closet shelf

Lock the door
Incinerate the key

No one here needs to see
That a once happy girl
Has turned into a woman like me
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