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imperfect child



Everybody thinks I'm this imperfect child
they try and change me shape me
like a cloud in the sky
call me whatever you want
you can change my outsides
mascara, eyeliner, Perfume
but you can't change my inside
because that is me
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Submitted by aherbean on March 29, 2020

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