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She weaps

As the sadness sat beside her, her tears fell into her pocket where you could not find them.
When in her sadness she protested, "I shall not let anyone find me".
She thought to herself people are too callus to see beyond their own reflections.
Everyone thinks it’s everyone else, when in fact it's them.
Them and their spiteful & vindictive selves.
I ask you does anyone have any sense of morality?
Or are we all just sheep in this play we call life?
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Submitted by datgirlbbw954 on October 25, 2019

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Lindsay Mancano

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